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Old 11-10-17, 04:22 PM
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Re: Do I need to label him?

Thank you ToneTone, I agree with everything you said. Its very hard for me to say no. I can say goodbye, but saying No, or expressing anger is very difficult...I have a hard time with protecting my boundaries...or having boundaries.Thank you everyone for taking the time to read, your responses help me so much...hopefully I will stick with therapy and learn to say no....get out of bad situations before they become worse.
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