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01 Apr 2003
LOVING TOO MUCH
CAN ANY ONE GIVE ME THE TIPS OF NOT LOVING TOO MUCH.THAT WHEN I GET INTO A RELATIONSHIP I POUR ALL I HAVE I PUT ALL I HAVE IN IT AND WHEN IT GOES WRONG I GET BEATEN/BLOWN UP FULL TIME.IT SHOWS ALL OVER ME .HOW DO I CONTROL MY GIVING IN,IN THE RELATIONSHIP ESPECIALLY AT ITS NEW/EARLY STAGES.
NNa, sounds like a cue for my usual suggestion that this is the sort ofthing one reall needs to discuss, in detail, within counselling ! You seem to have made the mportant first step, of both recognizing that there is a problem, and beginning to understand the sort of problem it is. Now, with an expert guide, I am sure you could work out the rest of the plan.
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