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TOPIC TITLE: I don't know where this belongs!!!!!
Created On 10/10/13 10:56 AM
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toy123
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10/10/13 10:56 AM
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I don't know where this belongs but since I think it's a problem related to my borderline I'll post it here....

Anyone HOW DOES ONE BECOME INDEPENDENT? I'm terrified of being independent and I'm at a point where I have to....


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10/10/13 6:49 PM
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i hear you. ive recently moved out but im still dependent financially on my parents.


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channafofanna
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10/14/13 6:18 AM
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I think you should ask Dr. Lynns opinon.
but the mere fact that your posting this means your on your way to indpendence...
What is independence? what does that mean for you practically?


Edited: 10/14/13 at 6:19 AM by channafofanna
 
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10/17/13 6:10 AM
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I remember becoming independent of my parents. It was HARD. Don't be hard on yourself. Just keep trying to be independent. Remember it's hard and doesn't come overnight (unless forced.) Truth is though, as much as I was independent, I was still dependent on my parents until they died. The hardest time I ever had was realizing I AM the next generation and need to be a role model. I remember realizing I had no soft place to land anymore. It was depressing but liberating at the same time.


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