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March 03, 2006

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Heidi

Tamar,

My gosh, my gosh. Being a somewhat recent reader of your blog, I never read the post detailing your emotional abandonment by your mother. I can't even begin to imagine the challenges she had in her chart...

Heidi

Heidi

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...the challenges in her chart which in turn impacted, shaped and molded your sweet young psyche. Take much, much pride in the service you have been to young children, Tamar.

I'm so happy you have T as a companion in your life's journey...

Sky

I plan to read some of the archives when I have time, but just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this post. Happy soon-to- be anniversary and congratulations on getting it right this time! Nothing like support and nurturance to keep us company in this life.

Tamar

Sky, thanks for stopping by. Always good to meet a new blogger on our blogging travels.

Heidi, I find your perspective about challenges in a person's chart so interesting. I lowered my head and blushed at the very kind words you say to me. Thank you so much.

Paul

My father deserted my mother a few months before I was born. I have never seen a photograph of him or met him in my life. He was the family secret and never spoken of in my presence. That part of me I know absolutely nothing about.

Joy

It definitely sounds like you and T have an understanding of one another....I believe the timing in one's life can help to bring us to this understanding. You have experienced a lot of soul searching and discovery Tamar...it can only be a good thing.

goldenlucyd

I'm very touched by what you write, though it's a little too close for emotional comfort for me in many ways! Thanks for putting in words so many of my feelings about my past. I don't think I could have done it myself. At least not nearly as well as you! A good week.
ATB
Lucyd

Tamar

Paul,
Thank you for sharing that piece about you. So many of us have experienced different kinds of abandonment and pain.

Yes, Joy, the soul, mind searching has certainly liberated me in so many ways and given me strength for difficult hours, that's for sure!

Lucyd,
Thanks so much for stopping by and your kind words. Indeed the writing of my experiences and reading it back has been most helpful to me in overcoming the shadows. I'm glad if it was helpful to you too.

Paul

Yin and yang seem to be at work here. :)

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