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pamelaperejil
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People who describe themselves as brutally honest are usually just self-absorbed and socially inept. -- Awareness Sep 26, 2018

    1. pamelaperejil
      pamelaperejil
      People who describe themselves as brutally honest are usually just self-absorbed and socially inept. -- Awareness
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      Butterfly88
      Thanks for the follow
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      You’re welcome! :-)
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      Peter Morrison
      I never expected to be followed, but I'm sure I'll run across you a lot here. I love this site - dealing with a lot of new stuff for me.
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      I almost laugh out loud every time I see your profile picture. The more I look at it, the funnier it is.
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    APPROACH-AVOIDANCE
    ambivalence or conflict that arises when a goal has both desirable and undesirable aspects or consequences, leading the individual to feel confused or conflicted regarding whether to complete the goal. For example, when a highly desired but lower paid job opportunity becomes available, the person would like to approach the job, but also avoid the drop in salary. The closer an individual gets to the decision or goal, the greater the anxiety becomes.

    That thing where you pull people closer and then push them away. My mom says I've done this since birth.

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    Probably not autistic.
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