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no keep tings to myself
Bonnie from KY
Word for the year is CHANGES
Eastern Standard time
proud member of Slytherin
GospelClown, you think of some mighty good questions! I have learned the risk of talking to some of my sisters and my mother. Sometimes they do not have to sense to keep things quiet. I find out that whatever I said has gone all around the family. Better to not do so much sharing! I don't have too many people I can confide in- maybe one or two. I love to talk things out with people, and that can be a liability!
Don't confide the big things, they'll come back and bite you. Maybe to a professional counselor...
but not to spouse or other.
I do have family members I can talk to. Sad to say my best confidant now has dementia.
Edited by: EGRAMMY at: 11/5/2011 (06:58)
Its rather hard to find someone to confide in if you have the offending person who everyone? thinks is perfect. I have my two daughters.
"All things work together for the good of those who love the Lord, and are called according to His purpose."
Do you have a person to confide in or do you keep everything bottled up?
Do you talk to lots and lots of people about your needs and concerns?
There ain't much fun in medicine, but there's a heck of a lot of medicine in fun.
- Josh Billings, 19th Century Humorist