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Just a question

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Here is a scenario: You have not seen someone for a long time. After seeing the person and spending time with the person, you are overcome with emotions whether positive or negative. You try to figure out what in the world was that. It turns out, your brain has taken you back to years earlier and similar situations with that same person. Depending on what the emotion is, it seems you have unresolved issues. Anyone been there? Suspecting I may have gone over the edge ... emoticon
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    Don't worry, you haven't gone over the edge. Unresolved feelings have a way of making you feel that way. It has happened to me also. If you remember what the issue(s) was then try to resolve it. If not, then it probably wasn't important anyway and why carry around baggage you don't need? Hope it works out for you.

    Have a great rest of the weekend.

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    1953 days ago
    I have been their. No you have not gone over the deep end.
    1953 days ago
    No, you're not going over the edge, if you are then I am too, 'cause I've been there many times.
    1953 days ago
    When we see people we know after a long time I think it must be common to go back in memory to how we felt about them then. We have nothing current to remember about them so I think this is the natural reaction. We would have to establish a new relationship to see the changes (if there are any) in the person. emoticon
    1953 days ago
    I think it is possible old feelings can surface when we see someone we have not seen in a while. Like being happy to see someone or sad or angry. There is a woman I know and every time I see her I think of her deceased mother. (They were always together)
    1953 days ago
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