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May 10 02 11:12 PM
Quote: I believe I can tell you why you are the way you are, if I know sufficient details about your parents and your relationship with your parents. Take another look at who made this into an "either/or issue", Sab.
May 10 02 11:45 PM
May 11 02 6:23 AM
May 11 02 8:26 AM
Quote: 1. How often do you cry now? What do you cry about?
Quote: 2. How do you spend the holidays, like Christmas, or Thanksgiving? Do you enjoy Christmas? If so, what do you like about Christmas?
Quote: 3. What was the last gift you gave someone? What did you give? Do you like giving gifts?
Quote: 4. How are you around children? Do you like playing with them? Do you want to have children?
May 11 02 5:31 PM
May 13 02 7:52 PM
May 14 02 11:00 AM
Quote: "...for one thing, might-have-beens have never been truly real to me..."
May 14 02 8:07 PM
Quote: You have not yet explained what specifically it is in my answers and in how you see me overall that leads to these conclusions ...?
May 15 02 6:28 AM
Quote: "...for one thing, might-have-beens have never been truly real to me..."What is the difference between a 'might-have-been' and a loss of potential? Is one more irrevocable than the other?
Quote: Your tendency for analyzing everything (asking why), and your tendency for consistently stating things only at very high levels of generality.
May 15 02 7:22 AM
Quote: I will answer your "on track?" question too -- but not until I understand your method of deriving those conclusions. (As a sweeping psychological theory of personality, it should be both explicable and shareable as a retrospective causal model.)
May 15 02 10:02 AM
Quote: Is every part of our psychology rooted in our growing-up familial experience, per Freud?
Quote: samsara has its roots in our childhood....our present day choices and emotional reactions are reactions to our parents. ...our parents affect us deeply, so deeply that most of the time we aren't conscious of it. Why? Because the most primal parental influences are pre-verbal experiences. ...Also, the voices you hear in your head, being critical of you and driving you nuts? Those voices are the voices of your parents. Drawing from object relations theory, they are the voices of your internalized "part objects."
Quote: 1. Belief: socially constructed, and rationally based (do x because it is rational, logical, and consistent!)2. Intuition: knowing that emanates from the body; nonrational (do x because it feels true).
May 15 02 10:20 AM
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May 22 02 5:09 PM
May 23 02 9:27 AM
Quote: Differences, controlling, lack of love, resentment are felt, even young.
Quote: I believe your parents were emotionally and physically distant with you. Both parents. Probably not much physical touching with you.
Quote: I get the sense it felt very unsafe for you as an infant. Unsafe to express needs and emotions.
Quote: Your parents bewildered and baffled you. You did not understand them, they did not understand you. They didn't know what to do with you. Not necessarily because they didn't love you, but, because they didn't quite know how to love you the way you needed to be loved. I get the sense that they felt helpless, about themselves, and about what to do with you.
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