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Hi M,

I never respond these postings much, but find your struggles so similar to my own that I had to reply. I think many of us, women & men, have more lessons to learn & surprises that come our way. I firmly believe that one primary lifelong personal challenge threads through each life, and unfortunately resurfaces again and again. Now I am getting depressed! No, seriously the upside to my lost and often insecure self, is that I am finally appreciating myself for being the vulnerable, nice, & unassuming person that I saw as weak all my life. I am understanding better the cycle of behaviors that I tend to adopt & how they lead me to isolate myself. And really as long as I am aware of how not to cycle into this I can at least be a step ahead. Basically, I am coming to accept that I (and have always been this way) am more of a one-on-one type of person, because I like to put my all into a friendship. I am just not a big group party multi-aquaintance type of person.

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