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 Post subject: attempting to "radically accept"
PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 2:26 pm 
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Ok, here goes ...

to radically accept something is to accept it for what it is.

Although I moved to Colorado to be with him, Chris cheated on me. He lied to me. He likes someone else. Our relationship is over (ouch!) He's confused ?, depressed and feeling guilty. I'm definitely confused, depressed, angry and sad. Although I want things to be the way they were, they're not. That's reality and I have to accept it to be okay.

I have a good paying job and I live in a beautiful area. I'm scared and feel alone because I'm three states away from home. There are both good things and bad things in my life.

Hmmm....I don't know if I managed to do this correctly.

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 Post subject: Re: attempting to "radically accept"
PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2009 9:43 pm 
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hmmmm.....sounds familiar! yuck..... :(

So that was a month ago....I'm wondering how you are doing now?

I finally learned to accept things as they are and where they are and it seems like things are getting easier for that part of my life.....i had to realize that everyone has problems.....so i have to rely on myself to make it alright....and i can do that. if you have a good paying job and live in an area you like...maybe it's worth it to explore where you are now and find the treasures or lessons that await you there.....

good luck!


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