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May. 27th, 2003 | 10:45 pm
mood: sleepysleepy

So I spent a few hours when I got home sulking about relationships. Then I got hungry and had enough energy to cook dinner.

It's amazing how tasty, nutritous, low-guilt food can make one feel better.

And then instead of allowing myself to slide back into depression, I started reading Brin's The Transparent Society. Certainly a more useful way to spend my time than feeling sorry for myself.

I still don't feel like I have much control over being able to start a relationship with someone I find interesting, even though I probably could start one with someone I'm not interested in if I wanted to. However I think I can gain small bits of control over feeling bad because I find relationships hard.

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from: soulsong
date: May. 28th, 2003 02:48 am (UTC)

All I can say is I've been there, and it doesn't last forever. Of course I can't tell you exactly what you need to do, I can just say there is a way out. For myself I posted on 'match.com' and the like and churned through dozens of uninteresting people until I found someone who became my lodger (after dating didnt work). He was the one who rescued my self-esteem to the point where I was interesting to the people I'm interested in.

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