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Emotional Baggage: Do you acknowledge your own or just tell others about theirs?


These days everyone seems to play "couch therapist". This is especially true in troubled relationships. I believe real change comes from within when an individual is unhappy with (their) life. Have you ever been involved with someone who felt it was their duty to point out your flaws or baggage without acknowledging they had their own? Do you believe a couple should attempt to (fix) each other or simply determine if they can (accept) one another as is?

 

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CraftytotheCore says

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    dashingscorpio 3 years ago

    CraftytotheCore, I've reached the conclusion that when a mate tells you about (your) flaws over and over again they're basically saying, "You're not the one for me." Glad to hear you found someone who loves and appreciates you for who you are!


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Claudette Coleman Carter (Angelladywriter) says

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    dashingscorpio 3 years ago

    Sometimes we have to guard against providing "unsolicited advice". People can't "fix" what they are unwilling to acknowledge. :-)

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Devika Primić (DDE) says

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