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Jun 10, 2018
I have a friend that I have become really sentimental toward now that I'm getting closer to ctb. In some ways I really want to say goodbye to her also. She doesn't live in the same country and wouldn't hear of me leaving, so it would be nice to let her know and tell her how much I appreciate her, but on the other hand I'm really afraid of her feeling like she could have done something to 'save' me.

Do you guys also become more sentimental toward your loved ones or do you rather try to distance yourself from them?
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Voluntary deletion.
May 9, 2018
I think trying to distance oneself is logically the best route
It's the best but is very difficult.


I know somebody who is about to die. I should be happy because it's what she wants and rationally being sad would be a bit selfish due to the circunstances but I can't avoid it.


Mar 17, 2018
The desire to be sentimental with people sounds suspiciously like Survival Instinct. Don't give that fucker an inch.
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Jul 13, 2018
I'm incapable of in depth emotional connections.

There is a few people that I have sentiment for (One here that I know of) that bother of the idea of them just dying.
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