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Author Topic: PERSPECTIVES: Ragephobia, the fear of being raged upon  (Read 9230 times)
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« Reply #40 on: February 21, 2013, 11:29:52 AM »

I have a bad case of Ragephobia. Always had. Probably since growing up with a mom and dad who always faught and argued. All I remeber is them being angry at each other. Ive never seen people deal with conflict in a healthy way. Ever. Then I meet my current uBPDbf and everything got worse. Now I panic as soon as I even suspect he will be angry or upset with me. And its making me loose all my energy!
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