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Re: FF. Good advice from Racer

Posted by Fivefires on September 16, 2007, at 16:57:25

In reply to FF. Good advice from Racer (nm), posted by polarbear206 on September 13, 2007, at 22:17:27

(Sorry .. it's Sunday .. just now reading.)

Well yes, I totally agree w/ Racer, .. but, .. for some rather than others I'm afraid priorities are different.

It was my PCP who reacted this way. He doesn't deal w/ TRD and probably, well almost certainly, doesn't see 'me' as having this. I put on my best face for him. I try to keep my physical issues separate from my psychiatric issues, as this is the way the docs seem to prefer and this is the way which works best for me.

I've been reading about Nardil and all I can say is 'Hooray for the courage it takes a person to give up self-image re: weight gain, and sexual bounty, for the sake of happiness!'

I'm just not this strong.

My whole life has been about how I look and uknowwhat.

I just got done text messaging a guy 'we can only be friends' and he responded 'Too bad ... your loss'.

I saw the cell message and the innocent me was surprised, but I should have know he would reply this way, as this isn't new, story of my life. I'm nothin' but a freakin' plaything I guess. :(

Haven't had a lot of good guy friends for this reason. My father was my best friend. There have only been a small handful of men in my life who weren't here for one purpose in particular, and we know what this is, unfortunately.





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