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Feeling: Calm. Loving my life. |
Eating: Um... life?
Wearing: Jeans, black tank top with built in bra, lavender panties, eith a little sleeping kitty on them, my claddagh, green choker and matching earrings, contacts, vestiges of the day's make-up, black belt.
Listening to: *Hummmmrumblerumblerumble* It's my washing machione making contented noises.
Chatting with: Keeping my own counsel.
Thinking: "I need to concentrate on my posture more."
Remembering: Dave's tongue ring.
Glad for: My ability to move past fear into growth.
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Today is: 2002-10-13 - @ 9:36 p.m.
"Sorry, doctor-client dating is unethical." all time - is relative
I realized the other day that main reason guys always form deeper bonds with me than I form with them is whenever they start blathering on about their problems, I slip into 'therapist mode', a detached, analytical, person who says, "Uh-huh....I understand....That must have been hard..." etc, etc. As a result, these boys are falling for me while I am thinking, "Hmm, well, he's chronically depressed, as well as being slightly paranoid. He needs meds, but I can probably convince him to go see Dr. Kilbourne. He's been really good for David and Shawn."
Quote for the Entry: "When did this happen?" -My general thought process when guys say, "I think I'm in love with you." Course I never say this, but you know.
all time - is relative