Do you think those of us in early stages of recovery are over-sensitive? I felt yesterday that I was snubbed by a very close and dear friend and an organisation with which I have been involved for many years. I seemed to sink into a minor depression but thankfully did not resort to the bottle to make me feel better. I did re-read some of the readings from DS and gradually lifted myself out of the black cloud and feel so much better but looking back I was probably over-reacting to something or nothing. I worry that I might be allowing myself to react to imaginary slights and wonder how to de-senitise myself. Mairi
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