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Re: Was I being critical of T? obsidian

Posted by violette on August 7, 2010, at 19:44:48

In reply to Re: Was I being critical of T? violette, posted by obsidian on August 7, 2010, at 13:22:24

He didn't see it as critical and said it made him rethink our latest sessions and he understands why I would say something like that. I had thought of what Mystic said, and told him I can enjoy other aspects of our relationship as well. We ended up watching a music video on YouTube together afterwards.

I didn't even have to bring it up as he had already looked into it and brought it up before I had to. I have trouble with negative feelings towards someone who is helping me and who I admire, or anything that might even seem negative or critical even if it isn't. With him, they are far and few in between, but he encourages me to say things like that.

He is so much fun and so sweet and kind and I just love him so much. He told me of suprise plans for his wife for the weekend-it was like he is still dating her after all these years.

He is in his 60s but has done more in 1 month socially than I have done in over a year. Despite a friend calling to do something today, I was so sad all day thinking I'll probably never have anyone like him in my life. I basically sat around feeling sorry for myself all day despite being motivated when I got up to accomplish some things. I've been crying off and on all day. I know I'll snap out of it, maybe just need to grieve a bit for now.

 

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