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Old 01-23-2013, 02:52 PM   #1
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Unhappy An emotional person,

When I was younger growing up I was always an emotional person, In my late twenties now, I think I might still be that way, though it's not as bad as it was before. There's this woman who works at a place where I hang out twice a week, her contract is almost up within a month or two and Im already starting to feel sad, Is this normal? Im considering councelling but am not sure, I haven't needed any in a while, a long while actually since over a year I been doing good, any help is appreciated,

 
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Re: An emotional person,

Hello knockout.

I don't think it's uncommon to start missing someone before he or she has left. After all, you've started to think about how your life is going to be like after she is gone. Have you made any plans to stay in contact with her after she finishes her contract?

If you feel you are struggling with your emotions or that your emotions are stopping you from enjoying life to the fullest, I think talking to a counselor is a good idea. If you find a counselor you really like, he or she can help you improve the quality of your life. If not, you can always look for another one or not do any counseling for the time being.

 
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:47 AM   #3
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Re: An emotional person,

Thanks, um ya she gave me her number, so. It's all good still, I just. I know that people can't work at the same place forever. Things change. I tell myself it is what it is and that. In general though I used to have some issues coping with change, not sure if I still do, but I'll see.

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