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opening up to quickly? - October 24th 2010, 06:41 AM

do you ever feel foolish for opening up to someone too quickly? and felt like you just want to take it back? even if it wasn't necessarily a bad outcome?

well i was talking to one of my trainers on facebook lets say his name is matt for now...well he was pissed because his boxing match for provincials were canceled and i was swearing a lot talking to him to cause i was already pissed off and i apologized and told him sorry im swearing so much im already pissed off from something else and he asked me whats got me so pissed off and i told him i just got back stabbed again female best friends are a bad idea, high school drama even worse and i didnt say details. he said "i don't know details but shit happens i'm sure it'll work out" and i said yeah its not that big of a deal its just one of those things u end up kicking yourself over cause you saw it coming and didnt do anything about it besides i get pissed off easily over some things more than others cause i have anger issues thats why my names jamie rage and he "i guess" or "ya sure" i dont remember which now but one of those two.

edit: i forgot to say this; the only details i gave him was that im stuck between walking away and letting them think they won or pounding the shit out of them but i didnt want to start a fight unless i really have to and he said vent my anger out at the gym...i don't know if that was telling him too much im just really paranoid i always feel like i tell people too much too soon

idk i've trained with him 3 or 4 times now and i've been at the gym since august its usually my other trainer there but i've been having really good convos with matt on facebook about mma and stuff this was the only convo about anything personal like that and i feel stupid for some reason, i regret telling him anything but at the time i told him i was just thinking "wow matt's the best he actually cares and ASKS me whats pissed me off and talks to me like a normal person" i wasn't expecting it from my trainer.

i feel the most stupid for the jamie rage thing cause i didn't elaborate cause i didn't wanna dump on him but now i read it again and it just made me sound like a loser lol
im not attached or anything like that he's 18 he started training when he was 14 and he's a crazy good fighter now, im 15 and he's kind of an example for me mind you im obsessed with the movie never back down and fantasized about having a mentor like jean roqua is to jake in that movie before i even started in mma...maybe its my sub concious telling me keep it professional idk

was it wrong to open up, do you think i should have anything worry about or did i say something wrong or am i just misinterperting i just feel kinda dumb now but he's always really nice and he's helpful

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Re: opening up to quickly? - October 29th 2010, 01:39 AM

If you feel you opened up too quickly, its best to just live through the embarrassment. Fortunately this particular thing to me it seems will pass quickly if it concerns someone good. So you don't have to worry about anything but this will just be a lesson for life.

I came here to help out, so if you wanna talk or just need someone to bounce ideas or issues off of or something else then send me a message and I will reply as soon as I can.
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