I have a friend and we have both decided that we like each other but that he would be a bad boyfriend and I would def be a bad girlfriend but sometimes we kiss. We really like each other.
Last night we went out and it went further than kissing we got a bit carried away in the pub and then made the sensible decision to go home alone.
Today I am very confused. I have good thoughts and feelings about him and I keep saying I have done nothing wrong. But then there is this very large voice in my head that says I have been bad. I am trying to keep the good voice from winning over the bad voice but it is so difficult.
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Hugs Cracked. Let your good voice tell your bad voice the logic behind why you haven't been bad. That part of you needs to understand that is the experience of the abuse that is making you feel bad about the current situation, not the current situation itself that is bad. Let the good voice guide you.
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Thanks hon you are right. Maybe graded exposure? Thanks for your support.
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