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What is wrong with me? Why am I so self-destructive? I am in

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What is wrong with me? Why am I so self-destructive? I am in a really good relationship...I actually think he is "the one". Why am I letting past relationship issues enter my new relationship? Why do I doubt that he loves me? It probably is because I am working on my own self-love/self-worth issues...I just don't want to be the cause for the relationship I have now to fall apart. Every aspect of our relationship is perfect. He is checking all the "boxes". I've never been in a relationship that is actually really good/healthy. This is the first one...so why do I get in my head? Why do I doubt myself? Then project them onto him?

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deliza's picture
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Dec 3

@Katya12 Thank you :) I actually have been going to counseling for a couple of months now and it has really helped me look at myself. This relationship I have now is definitely worth it and I like that I am growing into the person I have always wanted to be because of the man I am with. We both are growing together.

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Dec 3

today I talked to my coach and my team and they thought that I had done my best in the tournament. I want to confront my mother and tell her how much her words hurt me, but she has no shame and still thinks it's my fault. I've always felt like she is never satisfied with anything I do, even if it's just the dishes. I know I need to reach out to her, but I don't know how.

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Dec 3

Chip. Did u read all the comments in your last thread from the other day?
Maybe talk with a school guidance counselor do you have someone "in person" even tho it's not a school issue??? OR
I guess just start off talking with your mom.. Timing. Choose a time she is available and not stressed. Planning. Plan what you think you want to say and how... U r telling her how u feel. Not accusing her Guess what her responses could b and how u might respond Be open to hear her too. Good luck

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