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not being able to let things go.. - December 21st 2010, 12:20 PM

im not sure if this is the correct area but do to a fight with someone last about me having the memory of a elephant i figured id see if anyone had any thoughts on this..

i have this severe issue where if someone pisses me off or makes me a promise and doesnt keep it eats at me till i say something to the person. i mean it really eats at me ill continuesly think about it for years after same as if i do something embarressing ill randomly thing about it after awhile and itll bother me.

is there any help for this i tried everything from trying to forget to trying to keep it wrote down in a journal nothing seems to help.
   
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Re: not being able to let things go.. - December 22nd 2010, 12:52 AM

Hmmm...I think you should ask yourself more questions about what someone does to piss you off? Why does that piss you off? What type of message does that convey to you when they say or do that that causes you to feel pissed off? Have loved ones ever not kept their promises to you before? Basically, you've gotta dig deep and figure out exactly what the emotional triggers are for you and why. That way you can better understand yourself and how you would like to react to the other person's comments or behaviors.
   
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Re: not being able to let things go.. - December 24th 2010, 09:02 PM

I have the same exact problem. Only difference is I NEVER say anything about to anyone. I keep it bottled up inside. I think about it so much that I have these outbursts just so I can stop thinking about them. I find myself at any time of the day screaming or cussing at the air just so I can stop thinking about it.


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Re: not being able to let things go.. - December 24th 2010, 10:22 PM

I just don't think you're the laid back kind of guy that lets things pass. It's not a problem it's a personality trait.
   
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