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racer x
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Date Joined Mar 2006
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   Posted 10/1/2007 11:00 AM (GMT -7)   
sad  sometimes when a person doesnt understand another because of certain types of behavior. Its because they havnt taken the time to try to understand why..Many times I have tried to explain  the questions im asked because i feel someone is making fun of me or they ask a question that i feel is not really any of their concern unless i think they are being friendly.But most times its so they can pass along info just to start a commotion about me.So everyone please understand the way evryones mind works is much different from one another when there cant possibly be the same ill ness. How then can you make someone understand a paranoid and defensive mind?  You cant when the interest shown hurts a person solely for the benefit of starting a rumour.  Remember start each day by grabbing the bull by the horns and hang on. tongue buster loves u all

Danxiety
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   Posted 10/1/2007 12:03 PM (GMT -7)   
yeah, it sounds sorta like a paradox right? Like if you have a paranoid and defensive mind, you will feel that way about how people interpret your actions -- potentially... And that seems to just lead to frustration. I understand what you are saying racer. It sounds frustrating, so i'm sorry that you have to go through that. It's a shame that people are concerned about making a fuss over someone else... Its really just a reflection of the society we live in. For some reason it makes these people feel better. I think its because they're insecure, and i think its brave that you face these people and situations the way you do... Hopefully one of these days people will be less concerned with others, well in the way you describe. Using someones illness as a weapon against them. Thats just cowardly of them...

hang in there!
dan
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Danxiety
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Date Joined Aug 2007
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   Posted 10/1/2007 12:05 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh, and welcome to the forums. I just noticed that this was your 3rd post. So hello!. Also, have you talk to a doctor about this? There maybe ways you can actually deal with these people that effects you less. To me, that would be the ultimate goal, to not allow what others think effect us... Thats a really hard one that i struggle with a lot...

dan
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"Breathe! You Are Alive"
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stkitt
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   Posted 10/1/2007 1:42 PM (GMT -7)   

Hello Racer,

I see you have not posted since 2006, welcome back and I am Kitt.  I agree with you people do not understand and to just ask questions to put people down is unkind.

You always have the right to be assertive and just state you prefer not to discuss the subject.

Take care and keep posting.


Respectfully
Kitt
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