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October 05, 2017, 03:44:29 PM
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We learn from our past, they say. I've been through an abusive relationship. That often blurs the lines that define my space even today.

To know this helps me not to repeat my past mistakes but the lesson has come with a price.

I have anxiety almost everyday during conversations with friends when simple questions like “where are you right now?”, “did you end up meeting that old friend on the weekend?” end up worrying me.

Always. I think that it might come as a gorm of a parent. Or a higher authority that would be interfering woth your life's decisions. But O think to some extent they control us because we let them and its paramount that we know when to take the steering wheel from them.

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October 06, 2017, 04:25:52 PM
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yes i felt and its really good for life cause freedom makes people more responsible if you have someone who has capacity to control you that good for future ...

Sometimes control is really useful for a person to learn to be more responsible. Although it still depends on the nature of the person, some simply do not notice when they are controlled.

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October 06, 2017, 04:39:38 PM
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Yes i understand these sometimes when you ve been a really bad situation and you ve been abused really bad in that relationship you end up getting frightened even by human contact

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October 14, 2017, 08:37:31 PM
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Controlling useful for limiting what we do out there so its goods its important 
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October 14, 2017, 08:52:06 PM
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We learn from our past, they say. I've been through an abusive relationship. That often blurs the lines that define my space even today.

To know this helps me not to repeat my past mistakes but the lesson has come with a price.

I have anxiety almost everyday during conversations with friends when simple questions like “where are you right now?”, “did you end up meeting that old friend on the weekend?” end up worrying me.

Always. I think that it might come as a gorm of a parent. Or a higher authority that would be interfering woth your life's decisions. But O think to some extent they control us because we let them and its paramount that we know when to take the steering wheel from them.

I hate when I'm controlled. Even if very close people do it. It makes me angry and I become a secretive person. No one has the right to interfere in a person's private life. And it does not matter for what purposes

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October 14, 2017, 09:31:39 PM
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We learn from our past, they say. I've been through an abusive relationship. That often blurs the lines that define my space even today.

To know this helps me not to repeat my past mistakes but the lesson has come with a price.

I have anxiety almost everyday during conversations with friends when simple questions like “where are you right now?”, “did you end up meeting that old friend on the weekend?” end up worrying me.


I did had that thought really strong after I watched the Matrix! It really got to me and I literally had to go look outside my window to actually see if someone was out there watching me. But really, spiritually, God is watching us and has control over our lives too. So, it is good to have that consciousness that God is watching me but not overruling that there might be others watching with a contrary motive.

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October 15, 2017, 03:40:24 AM
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We learn from our past, they say. I've been through an abusive relationship. That often blurs the lines that define my space even today.

To know this helps me not to repeat my past mistakes but the lesson has come with a price.

I have anxiety almost everyday during conversations with friends when simple questions like “where are you right now?”, “did you end up meeting that old friend on the weekend?” end up worrying me.


Yes many times. At home and at work. My aubt always controlling me,dictating me what to do. I cant even have my own decision and own action she is always controlling me. . While ar work I always feel that I'm a robot controlled by my boss. Do that do this call that call this report that report this etc. Feel so exhausted already

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October 15, 2017, 04:34:30 AM
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Nope. I have never felt anything like that. I am enjoying my life like I want, and no one is controlling me. Whatever the consequences I am facing are a direct result of my own actions and therefore I don't have any regret. Sometimes I take advice from my friends and relatives. But that doesn't mean that they are controlling me. I am the sole person who is controlling my life.
Yes,  I feel like I have been controlled by someone ot something . I feel like I was brainwashed.  I don't even know what I really wanted. Social media and religion seems to control my life like whatever I feel was right was dependent to what I hear and read from social media television  and churches.

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October 17, 2017, 10:17:15 AM
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I have never felt anything like that. I am enjoying my life like I want, and no one is controlling me.
I think that such people should be treated seriously and that no one has the right to be so obsessed with someone.
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October 17, 2017, 10:23:09 AM
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We learn from our past, they say. I've been through an abusive relationship. That often blurs the lines that define my space even today.

To know this helps me not to repeat my past mistakes but the lesson has come with a price.

I have anxiety almost everyday during conversations with friends when simple questions like “where are you right now?”, “did you end up meeting that old friend on the weekend?” end up worrying me.
Yes.  The social media was now controlling my life.  My needs were controlling me. I don't know whether I'm doing what i want or i am just doing things because i need to.  That not everything i do were those things that brings me happiness.  It was hard but i can't have a life without being controlled by my needs

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October 17, 2017, 12:16:05 PM
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We learn from our past, they say. I've been through an abusive relationship. That often blurs the lines that define my space even today.

To know this helps me not to repeat my past mistakes but the lesson has come with a price.

I have anxiety almost everyday during conversations with friends when simple questions like “where are you right now?”, “did you end up meeting that old friend on the weekend?” end up worrying me.
I think there's no one controlling my life. Even if we're in a relationship, we don't need to depend ourselves on the person right beside us because this is our life and no one can control but you. This is my life so I'm the only on eto manage it. Maybe yes our family made a decision for us but not always. We're matured enough to think and decide for our self. We couldn't give our life to the person who control us. From the start we owe our life so we end up controlling ourself and not controlling by others.

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October 17, 2017, 12:19:29 PM
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yes, I have. I can solve my problem. I share the problems to someone who want to hear me and surely believable. If I were in that position, I can not be alone, I should find friends. I think it needs for you to find a friends who are believable and want to hear your problems. You could not fix your problems unless you share it to one else.

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October 18, 2017, 07:15:45 PM
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yes, even though they didn't say beforehand I know that they are controlling my life why, because they always want to be followed, they didn't only guide but they say what they wanted to happen and your a good daughter and a son. then you will never say No to them because you love them. That's how unfair  LIFE is.

Yes, I experienced it once in my life. I felt that someone is controlling my life since I gave him the permission. I didn't notice that that person isn't giving me any freedom to do what I am supposed to do. That was my worse relationship so far.

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October 19, 2017, 06:12:29 AM
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Fortunately not for me. Though i can imagine how traumatic this can be for some. If it's not doing you any good, get away from it or don't be afraid to ask for help.

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October 19, 2017, 09:30:55 AM
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I had experienced being abused and having no control over My own personal life. And this happened to Me when I was still a kid. I have never grown up as a person who has free will, I only have to follow what My parents desired and have no rights to complain. I was so traumatized that even today, I don't like to be questioned anything about what I should and should not do.

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