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Its hard seeing him every day

Unread postby Guarecold2 » 20 March 2021, 09:39

I had a very close friend, we were relatives his mother is my second cousin but our age are not too far. I am living with them right now and we were very close. I suddenly developed a feeling, obsession with him. At first I just ignored my feeling until I find it hard to hide it. I kinda find my self very jealous when I see him with others. We sleep in the same room and same bed and its hard to contain urge and barely manage to control myself. Im been this for a years. What should I do?
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Re: Its hard seeing him every day

Unread postby Raynethemagi » 20 March 2021, 10:33

I'm not gonna lie, when I read this I was like "This is a 50 shades of Grey situation!"

Ok....so we're obsessed are we? Ok, so in order for me to help you further...I need just a few bits of information.

Tell me more about your past, specifically about your childhood. Did you have abandonment issues, or were your parents present at all during your childhood? If your childhood was fine, then tell me about a particular experience that traumatized you. Or any experience that traumatized you. But start with your childhood.

Lemme explain what I'm trying to do. It sounds like to me it's a core belief problem. What I'm trying to do is I'm trying to figure out the "source" of the problem. And, in order to find the source of the problem, the first thing you have to do is trace back the trauma that could be associated with your present problem. Specifically, you have to trace back to the root, or the first time you've experienced said trauma.

Cause, if we can isolate the source of the problem, we can heal that part of us that is fractured or broken. But, in order for this work, you're going to have to be completely honest with me. If it would help, you can private message me and we can do this discretely. After all, I'm asking you to be as open as a book, and if you'd rather not let the world know, I understand.

Also know that your information with me is 100% confidential. If you don't feel like talking to a stranger, and if you don't trust me that's ok too. The only advice I would have then would be to seek a therapist or a professional in the field. Just be careful, cause obsessions can be dangerous if not dealt with properly.

But I'm here if you need someone to talk to.
Here's an example of the Universe trying to tell you that you need healing in an area of your life:

Someone who struggles with showing emotion. This person, in their lifetime, will constantly struggle with this, and that is because, they choose to ignore or disregard the fact that they have trouble showing emotion. Most people will ignore this issue, and will continue to fracture themselves. And this goes with pretty much any problem that happens in your life that is recurring. Don't pass up an opportunity to make you "whole" again.
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Re: Its hard seeing him every day

Unread postby Guarecold2 » 28 March 2021, 10:48

Raynethemagi wrote:I'm not gonna lie, when I read this I was like "This is a 50 shades of Grey situation!"

Ok....so we're obsessed are we? Ok, so in order for me to help you further...I need just a few bits of information.

Tell me more about your past, specifically about your childhood. Did you have abandonment issues, or were your parents present at all during your childhood? If your childhood was fine, then tell me about a particular experience that traumatized you. Or any experience that traumatized you. But start with your childhood.

Lemme explain what I'm trying to do. It sounds like to me it's a core belief problem. What I'm trying to do is I'm trying to figure out the "source" of the problem. And, in order to find the source of the problem, the first thing you have to do is trace back the trauma that could be associated with your present problem. Specifically, you have to trace back to the root, or the first time you've experienced said trauma.

Cause, if we can isolate the source of the problem, we can heal that part of us that is fractured or broken. But, in order for this work, you're going to have to be completely honest with me. If it would help, you can private message me and we can do this discretely. After all, I'm asking you to be as open as a book, and if you'd rather not let the world know, I understand.

Also know that your information with me is 100% confidential. If you don't feel like talking to a stranger, and if you don't trust me that's ok too. The only advice I would have then would be to seek a therapist or a professional in the field. Just be careful, cause obsessions can be dangerous if not dealt with properly.

But I'm here if you need someone to talk to.


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