Two Years Later...

Your Existing Situation

"Feels like her current situation is too demanding on him, but not sure how to say no. Looking for some sort of escape or release from the situation."

Your Stress Sources

"Vulnerable and impressionable and prone to learning new things. Fantasizes of building a perfect relationship with another full of love, trust, and deep understanding. Needs to know people are sincere as she is far to trusting and fears being used and hurt. Needs to know where she stands in relationships."

Your Restrained Characteristics

"Has high emotional expectations and desires to be the center of attention, which makes it difficult to find a satisfying relationship. her reserved, cautious nature makes her emotionally distant. "

Emotionally demanding and will involve herself in close relationships but won't get too involved or give too much of himself.

Current situation is leaving her doubtful and cautions about becoming intimately involved with others.

Your Desired objective

"Highly optimistic and outgoing personality. Loves to learn new and exciting things, and craves new interests. Looking for a well-rounded life full of success and new experiences. Does not allow herself to be overcome with negative thoughts or self-doubt. Takes life head on, with enthusiasm. "

Your Actual Problem

"Wishes she was more spontaneous and impulsive, but holds back because she needs things to be in order, rational, and clearly defined."

Your Actual Problem #2

"Fights resistance or limitations, and insists she is free to develop in her own way. Rewarded by accomplishing things on her own, with little to no help from others."

imathinkin imathinkin
51-55, F
1 Response Jan 17, 2013

I can see much of the positive change this reflected over the one from two years ago. This one seems fairly close to me.

Thank you for reading my stories. It has been fun to go thru the journey with you, to read how my life has unfolded and evolved over the last two years. I am almost nothing like I was a couple of years interesting much a person can change. What if I had never left him?! Unfathomable.

What great strides you have made. You are right; what if you had not left him? The muck and mire you would still be stuck in. The debt, the self doubt about yourself.....
Your courage has set both you and your daughter free!
Proud to be your friend.