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Kathygy, are you ok? I'm missing you a lot.
February 21, 2006
12:23 pm
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gazelle
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Hoping all is well with you, and looking forward to reading you again soon! I really miss your sound, grounded, practical good sense.
Love, gazelle.

February 21, 2006
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dear gazelle,

You are so sweet to be concerned about me. I am very touched.

I am fine. I just was too busy for the three day weekend to get online here but I'm back now.

love,
kathy

February 21, 2006
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Kathygy

There were lots of people concerned about you.

There is also another thread

Glad to see you

Garfield

February 21, 2006
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Oh, goodie. Hoorah. Hope you had a great weekend break! There was another thread addressed to you a few days ago too. Plus a friendly joke on my birthday thread.

I find your posts totally unique. V honest, direct & open to learning besides teaching. Courageous. Your unusual approach has been helping me enormously, since it is so different from every attitude I've been used to. (Like "snap out of it" when depressed ... "don't make mountains out of molehills" when I feel hurt ... "put on a smile & march on" instead of dealing with & healing problems, etc.)

Thank you just SO much for teaching me over the last 14 months that it's OK TO BE ME. That my feelings & thoughts are valid. That I do 'count' as much as everyone else, after all. That it's ok to feel what I feel, without having to always put on a false grin. And that looking after myself like my lovely late Dad used to when I was young - and like no-one else ever has - can STILL be done .... by ME.

I always thought self-care meant self-centered selfishness or even narcissism. Yet you show total freedom from those characteristics & are v caring about others. So perhaps I should stop shying away from what I was always ta ught was sentimental self-indulgence and treat myself to my human rights!

Excuse these random blatherings from my depression & social isolation. Sorry if it's incoherent. Well-meant comments, I promise.
Blessings & love - gazelle xxx

February 21, 2006
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gazelle,

Its very gratifying for me to know how much I have helped you. You are a very dear person and absolutely deserve to take loving care of yourself.

It is your birthright to feel your feelings and stay true to how you feel. It is a way of honoring yourself and showing yourself that you are important and what you feel is very important and deserves to be fully acknowledged.

I have had to overcome the message I was given and that includes that my feelings are wrong and I should always hide them. I feel so much better to stay connected with my truth and to express it.

love,
kathy

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