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Old 01-20-2014, 08:19 PM
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Kick boxing has always worked for us. We both go and pound a bag. Works wonders and I am fitted than ever and Mom looks amazing, which really annoys the ex!
Good on ya both! I had my daughter enrolled in boxing when the sh$% hit the fan with her dad. I figured she could hit the bag to get rid of her anger. I really wish she had of stuck with it. She had one helluva a right shot!!
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I really wish she had of stuck with it. She had one helluva a right shot!!
What...did she hit you then? She probably figured violence is unladylike like, and who goes round hitting people anyways

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Kick boxing has always worked for us. We both go and pound a bag.
I have a dart board in my kitchen, i just add people to it and aim, especially the bi-polar ones. The gun range is another place to let it rip, especially when it comes to full auto time
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Well...that's a new one, and is there a name for that activity?
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I believe it's called ''shagging senseless''?
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Or simply pass the bucket?
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I don't insult myself, I tell it like it is, and it's directed at him. If I were insulting myself, that would be a cause for concern, but I'm not.

It's all the things you want to say but can't say. I'm a quick thinker and have a very sarcastic sense of humour. I quite enjoy some of the analogies I can draw in these emails.

This is an extremely common practice in therapy. Write a letter to them, explain how you feel, why you're angry and then throw it in the fire. I just email it instead.

I can't see how different it is from journaling. But, think what you want.
I got one of these emails 4 months after breaking up with the first girl I dated post separation who also ended up spending time in mental health.

I like myself.
I'm doing well.
I'm not perfect
I might have schizophrenia (NO JOKE)
I didn't like the way you ended things...
I guess mental illness is an issue for you.

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To the OP of this thread.....being that am someone that believes in live and let live........to counter your ex's "pushing of buttons", you could simple just say this to yourself........Achtung Baby

Then play this song, which am sure is a version you haven't heard or seen before? The lyrics are fitting

Had the pleasure of seeing them in TO, Paris, Montreal, Dublin, and Wembley in the past

Then......

Those that are really serious about moving on, can then follow up with this song <----------------- No good if you are not being honest with yourself though

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