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  1. It’s so hard to find that balance between “no, I am really not okay” and feeling like a drama queen already much less having other people not support you in doing so. I hope that as you become more sure of what you are going through that you are able to voice it in a way that you can be heard, even if you aren’t understood. Then again, that “falling for potential” trap is a dazzling one, though it seems like you have real healthy distance now and can work out your relationship with your family on your terms.

    • Concise expression is definitely a skill that I am behind the curve on. Anxiety doesn’t lend itself to being able to say things! As for the concept of potential, I meant that I appreciate how confusing it is when planning a life with anyone. I fell for it many times in my extensive dating history, but that also meant that when the right one came along… *smiles* Said relative doesn’t have my experience, and as far as I am aware, heavily disparages it. Ah well. 🙂

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