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Re: Anger..... a substitute for emotional pain?...... Phillipa

Posted by fleeting flutterby on August 3, 2009, at 9:39:05

In reply to Re: Anger..... a substitute for emotional pain?...... fleeting flutterby, posted by Phillipa on August 2, 2009, at 19:04:49

> Mandy but do you think you should need someone?<<

----flutterby: Well, I've been told it's good to have some friends, even if just a couple. I keep hearing how humans are social beings and that is what keeps one from going crazy, being around others. So-- in answer to your question-- should I "need" someone? I think if I was healthier(mentally) I would need others in some ways-- but that is overwhelmingly frightening to me-- gives the other person so much power, doesn't it?.........

>>Music sounds like a safe alternative for getting anger out. Isn't the saying something like depression is swallowed anger? Phillipa<<

---flutterby: yea, I think music can be great for many many moods. I think music is a friend of mine. and yea, depression being swallowed anger-- I can sure agree with that..... and anger can be hidden pain.....

----- aren't emotions confusing????.... when one is sad he/she could really be angry and when one is angry she/he could really be hurt...... the human mind..... why doesn't it just show what it feels, then things would be so much easier to understand.....*sigh*......

thanks again for replying :o)

flutterby-mandy

 

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