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Christopher1
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Your d cup hunter daughter sounds a lot like me. . I am a nomad who is supposed to be more sinewy and lean. I am sinewy and lean all over except for my boobs. I realize that I have double d cups as a result of estrogen dominance. I started using progesterone cream and I think my boobs shrank a tad bit - very full d cups... or maybe it is my imagination in thinking my boobs shrank a bit. When people see me from behind, they think I am petite and "small" (tiny, too... rolling my eyes... so sick of the tiny, small, etc. comments!). However, when they see me from the front, they wonder where the boobs came from. I tend to slouch because my bras never fit right and the straps pull into my body. It sucks to try and buy dresses since I need to get the waistline altered Suits - tops are always 1-2 sizes bigger than the bottoms. I wear minimizer bras or very loose tops when teaching because people do not take boobs seriously in academia.  

As for your short fuse, Ruthie, it could be both nature and nurture. My "typical" blood type personality did not start manifesting until later on. My parents are high strung and I also had other incidents in life that contributed to my formerly crazy high strung short fuse personality.

Who knows what the REAL answer is - we are having fun speculating and seeing whether we fit into the categories or not.







You sound disappointed because you have large breasts. Most women would kill for large breasts.
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where is that beautiful video about bt's and their *selfs* ....

I observed often B's and O's is la guerra totale coz of a genuine dominance question ...A's & O's can learn how to change their own behaviour while one is E- and the other i-vert.....and AB's need to overcome their attitude of being or superintrovert
and just flying away while not passing throughout the conflict...or even getting a little acid called cynisme....

ahha... here it is ....

http://www.youtube.com/watch2v=RqpsLmqu9ao&feature=related




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To sante's questions, I regard unwanted and unhealthy anger as originating from an inner error or mistake in judging reality. Dr. D's genius contribution to this is his description of type O as "O speak before they think". Whenever an O asks me "What is O?", this is the answer I immediately give (before thinking), and usually a smile appears on the O's face. "You know what?", they say, "This is so true!".

So, the remedy is to recognize that one is not God and is not perfect and there isn't a person on earth who will not err. Given the permission to err from time to time, whenever one notices anger appearing or raging, it's one's queue to ask oneself: "Where am I erring? What am I missing in the picture?" and ask for help to locate this. This would open up a hell of a lot, for the present and for the future.

Because, basically anger is targeted towards oneself alone.  



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This A is so resentful for words uttered without care and thought !  
I remebered him all the bad things an O hunter or explorer did me and I lost  the friend , but so be it they were too much


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It goes against the trend of this thread - but in my family - immediate and extended - the Type Os are calm and laid back - the Type As are more stressed and have quicker tempers.


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I think type O first borns are the angry ones and the stressed ones. First borns absorb most of the mercury from the mother (amalgams etc.).
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I live with a household full of O's.  My husband, son and daughter are all O secretors and I am the only non-secretor.  The interesting thing is that I can get angry (like Ruthie), fly off the handle, but once it is out, I forget about it and move on.  No matter how mad something makes me I totally forget about it in time and move on.

However, my husband and daughter seem to be the ones who hold things in and then when they get mad, they EXPLODE WITH RAGE.  However, the real problem is that they do not let go of it.  They hold onto it and it tends to build resentment even though they have expressed their anger.  I go along thinking everything is fine and then it comes up again.

Our son seems to be the most even tempered O I have ever met, although still waters run deep and I do wonder where his feelings go . . .

I think that my outbursts that happen more often are more healthy than the way my husband and daughter deal with their anger, and am glad that I can express my feelings and then let go and move on.


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I have a love-hate relationship with my breasts. Being Asian, the other females in my family have more "modest" sized breasts. Being petite, finding the right clothes have been quite difficult.

I have had men date me more for my exterior than my interior so I guess that does not add to the experience. As an artist, I could look artsy, sexy, etc. and more in line with my personality - outgoing, bubbly, and flaunting what I have. My career path however, does not encourage it. So, my style and personality is more "bifurcated". I went to grad school in a very conservative part of the U.S. Wearing tight t-shirts while being a Ph.D. student was not seen as being "professional". I would wear baggy shirts and slouch. Oh well.

I am back in L.A. for the time being and enjoying being more fashionable. I wear tight shirts and tops as I want. I do not wear short outfits or anything like that. It's just the whole issue of academicians and their expectations. My fellow grad students felt that women should not even wear makeup (except for foundation) or look fashionable. I refuse to look like a woman who does not take care of herself, though.

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You sound disappointed because you have large breasts. Most women would kill for large breasts.



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Puritan  and  Calvinistic  is not a easy and compassionate environment imho.  To judge a person and to push her/him  on the outfits,  on the appearances is cruel. It is controlling and abusive Passionprincess imho !
Are we among Talibans !!!


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an oriental friend of mine  is an A Rh+ but choleric of da finest...and he loves to cut and kill peeps with words........ I never would like having him as an enemy.... yiiikes.... so I prefer a good rant or yelling and all is over instead of not being sure what will come next... vengeance  is terrible and I really act likewise in the mentioned film about bt-personalities... really I can't cope with such situations... or it makes me immobile or ....


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THE only time on O is mean and nasty, if thye are hungry for proteins.. feed the O and all is well.. then also when they are threatened .. then the insides churn until life makes sense, because just like all others O's don't like to hurt people.. so they internally churn and until they figure out what to do it is best to feed them protein (or like in real cream fat: ice cream) again..  


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Quoted from Maria Giovanna
Puritan  and  Calvinistic  is not a easy and compassionate environment imho.  To judge a person and to push her/him  on the outfits,  on the appearances is cruel. It is controlling and abusive Passionprincess imho !
Are we among Talibans !!!


Tell me about it! I feel better when I think I look presentable. Presentable = light makeup, hair cuts every 1.5-2 months. However, they thought I was being too "fashionable" and not putting enough study time! My grades showed that I was doing well... Oh well.

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an oriental friend of mine  is an A Rh+ but choleric of da finest...and he loves to cut and kill peeps with words........ I never would like having him as an enemy.... yiiikes.... so I prefer a good rant or yelling and all is over instead of not being sure what will come next... vengeance  is terrible and I really act likewise in the mentioned film about bt-personalities... really I can't cope with such situations... or it makes me immobile or ....


. My sister is an A. I am trying to get her on GTD. I have a feeling she is seriously imbalanced. Her PMS is legendary. Everyone, I mean everyone... takes cover! It is sad.


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I resurected this ..

I think eating avoids.. eventually makes me ANGRY..

I have done so every so often specifically peanuts that I know are bad for me..

and eventually after some weeks I FEEL angry..

so it is food that can HELP greatly to be angry!!1

The antidote for anger is buying a old strong car putting it in the deep woods and go there every once in a while and slamm the doors as hard as one can .. to slamm dorrs behind bad behavior form one self or others..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Anger also comes from repressing frustrations.  Even if you look thoroughly through your food, you may still miss the main ingredient.

Everything is connected to everything, but some connections are worthless for dealing with a particular situation.


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some anger might also come from self - denial of certain foods one wishes to have..

but most often it is foods that make me short tempered.  


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Wheat definitely revs me up and not in a good way.  I find a lot of what I read in LR4YT to be true- sticking to weekly plans and staying focused.  That way even if other people around me are mad I can continue to go about my business.
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Anger is also a signal that the liver/gallbladder is congested. About 95% of Americans.  

Myself included. Working on it....


What is the best way to ease gallbladder congestion for an 'A' as this may be the problem for a friend?
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What is the best way to ease gallbladder congestion for an 'A' as this may be the problem for a friend?

Avoid avoid foods, eat red beets (if they are good for that person), and follow the liver support protocol.


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There are many types of anger.. how many are you expressing?

.. at home we say 'the liver' is  angry.. so maybe all the organs are subjected to be 'angry'...  maybe some are different in their expression?  like furious when drinking? like dangerous when in a car?  Lucky I seldom if ever see the value in that type of rage___ I LEARNED that long ago... so instead _I mostly direct anger at my self..also stupid..  

I generally don't hold on to anger, I forget overnight and then the same issue get's triggered again..
Yet this time I am deliberately holding on to 'this' anger because I WISH to force myself into making changes..  the changes I need to make to get 'away' is a costly one in many ways, so I am upset about that also.  

I vote with my feet,... but in the end I am HOLDING THE BAG any which way .. that is the frustration of it all. If I forgive then the other party in this dilemma will just hurt me again.. if I do not, then I can not forgive.. and the issue never gets resolved.

I wish I was young, when a big move would be so much easier.  Yet I know that is just as silly as thinking that things will get better,, some things never will.

Anger is uncomfortable, I do not like it AND I HAVE NO IDEA OF how to make changes that will make a difference, without hurting me more..      


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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I'm about to take off to the mall and all I can think is, I didn't sleep well, I don't feel great, well I feel OK, I want to go & have a plan    but sure my anger really can get the best of me.  I'm hoping to do a lot of relaxing walking and soak up some sun and then later have a good meal and be happy all day, not be snippy or rude to anyone regardless of how rude they are to me.  So tedious really.
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The funny thing is that one can have a perfectly good life ASIDE from the place of a specific anger.. I spend only some of my energy on dissagreeable things, but the rest of the day is fine.. you are right take that walk and see pink clouds they are a gift from the Universe..


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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I was experiencing a super time of disappointment yesterday and I chose to not make myself nuts over it.. I took a pill to quiet anxiety a one time fast acting thing that really took away all PAIN associated with the issue of which I can not make any difference.. Accepting this severe issue is much easier, to the point of total ability to just say: That is the way it is..

I take such a pill once or less a year, but found it totally acceptable not to put ME through all the stages of grief anger fury sadness upset resignation and the like.. I am sooooo glad I had this little pill in my house.. and even remembered to take it when I needed it ..

I am OK today the day after, not happy about the situation, but OK going on with my day TOTALLY not NEEDING the EMOTIONS I could be going trough like a roller coaster..   while still nothing could be changed all around anyway..  and nothing IS changed, the persons that are involved in this scenario are still in it and the issue is never going away.. but I can allow ME to be at peace and not wear my adrenals out and gain two pounds with all the cortisol running around inside .. Peaceful resignation and acceptance without the drama! nice.. and if I need to deal with it later in life, then distance will have built a barrier so it will never hurt as much as it could have..  

The equivilant of putting down 'arms' and 'weapons'..  Yet not putting my arms UP as that would be on invitation for more hurt...  


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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Goldie,
I can understand your approach.  Sometimes we just have to do what we know will work.
And I agree with especially with:
Peaceful resignation and acceptance without the drama! nice.. and if I need to deal with it later in life, then distance will have built a barrier so it will never hurt as much as it could have..
Lin  


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isn't anger an ourburst of negative emotions coz of not fullfilled expectancies Perhaps should we seek furthermore here ....


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It worked fine.. I was at peace all day yesterday and happy being me.. The hurt (in another person) can not be fixed ever, so why try or egt all bent out of shape.   But I am happy I took the pill. I had the script since 9/20/10 and took maybe 3-4 during the whole time..   So peace insides is not about how I feel!!!!!! nothing changed in the mind stuff,  BUT HOW THE BODY reacts to it.

IT is on interesting experience to feel the issue but not react to it.. It's one of those things where you would dig up a body and burn it.. so serious.  Bt doing what I did, left me in peace and did not distroy my own BODY REACTION. -  Different from anything I ever experienced, much less body pain, much less mental pain, and much less loss of personal STRENGTH.. It is a physical thing I marvel at the difference.


  


Being here is invaluable, but not enough. We need ALL the Doctors. I needed them for a very small cancer spot-I could never feel!!! Please do your mammograms! Doing so saved me from cancer later on. I am grateful! Thanks for learning from my experience! I was lucky! I wish the same for YOU!
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