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  • Jim Aiden
    Eduard, does your reply mean you just let people be? Oh... and cut ups? Here? Never noticed ; ) J.Aiden ... there is ... other really ... that the ... cutting
    Message 1 of 48 , Nov 2, 2001
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      does your reply mean you just let people be?

      Oh... and cut ups? Here? Never noticed ; )



      --- In existlist@y..., "Eduard Alf" <yeoman@v...> wrote:
      > Jim,
      > I fully understand what you are getting at. I don't think that
      there is
      > anyway of discussing something logically when the "significant
      other" really
      > does not want their house of cards played with. I would suggest
      that the
      > experiences you have expressed are the reason why most of us are
      > contributing to this list where the worst that can happen is some
      > words. Sticks and stones may break my bones ... etc..
      > eduard
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Jim Aiden [mailto:livewild@h...]
      > Sent: Friday, November 02, 2001 1:50 PM
      > To: existlist@y...
      > Subject: [existlist] Query about communication.
      > Does anyone in this group sometimes have difficulty relating
      > people close to them that are not particularly philosophical in
      > nature? (i.e. Husbands, girlfriends, friends, family, etc....) The
      > reason why I ask is because I sometimes feel very distanced from
      > close to me. I find most people need to create a very solid
      > around them which often makes me feel like I'm part of a cult and
      > I'll be excommunicated if I ask questions about the nature of
      > G~ds. I am told to accept, but much as I wish I could (I really
      do), I
      > find the best I can manage is silence at times.
      > I suspect I am not alone in this matter. Does anyone have any
      > suggestions as to how to better cope with people that are close to
      > you, but are out-to-lunch so to speak. What I'm looking for is a
      > to make others feel comfortable with their reality (and with me),
      > still be able to deconstruct it in conversations with them. Is
      > possible to do?
      > Anyone have any clue what I'm talking about? If so
      > would really be appreciated.
      > J.Aiden
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    • greg goodwin
      Deb, I don t believe I d care to be with a woman that would love to sleep with every man in town , even though she doesn t do so, wouldn t she still have her
      Message 48 of 48 , Nov 6, 2001
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        I don't believe I'd care to be with a woman that
        'would love to sleep with every man in town', even
        though she doesn't do so, wouldn't she still have her
        desires, her curiosities??
        --- Deborah Yates <druthyates@...> wrote:
        > Greg,
        > I will be bold and answer that question honestly.
        > What's a boy to do
        > if commitment precedes sex. Find a woman who would
        > love to sleep with
        > every man in town, but won't because she's fiery and
        > passionate and in her
        > heart she is a one man woman.
        > Then be her friend and wait until marriage and marry
        > her!
        > But that's just what I would if I were you, I am
        > really stupid and naive
        > how would I know?
        > DY
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