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LadyHawke68 LadyHawke68 41-45, F 5 Answers Oct 17, 2012 in Struggles

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Hello Ms. LadyHawk68,<br />
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The fear (or disgust) you are experiencing is very real for you ... and apparently for good reason! You are striving for self-preservation! Certainly, if you had great feelings towards this person, and you clearly knew you were going to be in for a delightful experience, ... you would wait for this person's telephone call with rapt attention.<br />
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The physical feelings humans feel are the ones we have inherited from our human ancestors: If someone heard a rustle in the bushes, it was much "safer" to assume it was a predator than, say, the wind rustling the bushes. This is because if you made the wrong assumption -- that you thought it was only the wind, when in fact it was a mountain lion -- you would probably not live long enough to have children, and pass on those emotional traits that teach you to be "wary"!<br />
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Without knowing your past experiences with this person, I can only give an educated guess that you are in fear of your life -- either your physical life or your emotional well-being.<br />
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Please .... PLEASE ... do NOT assume his calls are the "wind rustling the bushes", when in fact there is a predator at the other end of the telephone line calling you!<br />
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Food for thought, and I sincerely hope this helps you organize your thoughts.<br />
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AnonymousButCandid.

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If it is the dude you were asking about yesterday. Answer it. Tell him he is a sleazeball and not to call again. Find someone who is exclusive to you and your needs.

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He must have done something very disrespectful to you.

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Guilty

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