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tinamg just to write thoughts and reactions here

so so day

Sep 16 2011

I am back to being home more. i lost count of how many times. but learn something new about myself and others along the way. i use to play facebook all the time but found lately it was overwhelmingme. thanks to reading something on it here. i like some of the games so i started over only this time with smaller group of friends. i am learning to set boundries on others sharing and wanting me to help them with their problems. i know they do not understand what i myself am going threw. people i know i am the only aroraphobic they know. it is hard to explain it to them. i have tried until i am blue in the face. so i now have stopped trying once i explain i just add its okay if you dont get it. i found out when i first went to my back dr he was worried about treating me because of my phobia. i have been going to him for almost 4 years now. sometimes i do feel my physic does not get it as well. but then so far here at least i am the first they are dealing with. but with my physic sometimes i feel he has more of a it is what it is and he does not know how to help other than the meds. so at least i am on meds. i have learned more here than anywhere. i am now begining to stop others of thinking i can solve their problems and when i need my alone time i will take it for myself. but also i have two addicts that by court need to stop and they have it in their head i am the only one who can help. me the one that has to push myself daily to me thats a joke in itself. but today was soso i got quiete time and even talked to my daughter on the phone.

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