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Mr. Sexsmith’s Other Girlfriend: Mapping Emotional Armor

Mr. Sexsmith’s Other Girlfriend: Mapping Emotional Armor
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CSEA  

This is a great article.... really jeez I'm reading this at almost five in the morning with hopes that the tears will go away! Its been one of those nights... I totally agree with your thoughts on expanding and feeling comfortable enough to test your borders and explore. The way you feel "choose how much I risk and how much I put out there; I don’t want to be pushed to share more, asked a hundred questions, or told I’m not saying enough" is exactly how my long-term boyfriend is feeling. He has even gone as far as to say that I'm placing him in a box, hes feeling under-appreciated but I am still dealing with mistakes that have led to stupid fights, annoying habits, and so forth. I feel like I am trying so hard to make everything perfect that while attempting to make him feel at ease... I am no more than pushing him away.. I want this emotion armor you speak of lol for me and for him as well. I want us both to grow individually and together.. I appreciate your thoughts and article, and if you have any further advice I would be absolutely grateful!

06/18/2011

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