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Re: When he's good he's very very good.

Posted by Dinah on September 17, 2011, at 9:07:15

In reply to Re: When he's good he's very very good. Dinah, posted by floatingbridge on September 17, 2011, at 0:21:52

He also said he changed his eating patterns according to what he learned from his nutritionist to keep his blood sugar level steady during the day.

Basically he was an impaired provider for months. And moreover, to some extent he put the blame on my soft flat voice. That wasn't right. I was afraid to talk. I left every session feeling bad about myself. I felt like I couldn't even pay someone enough to be interested in what I had to say.

So yes, when he's good, he's very very good. But when he's bad, he can be rotten.

But yes, I do trust him to treat me well when I'm at my worst. That's what initially led me to trust him enough to be open with him.




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