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#431909 - 04/20/13 11:58 PM .
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thanks guys. I decided I didn't want to talk about it anymore right now.


Edited by Jacob S (04/21/13 08:07 PM)
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#431917 - 04/21/13 02:16 AM Re: A weird strip game I used to play. opinions wanted [Re: Jacob S]
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Jacob -

i don't know. but i can guess...

i never did anything like this - i was the opposite - couldn't stand to take my clothes off. i hated going swimming. i hated changing in the presence of anyone else. i didn't even go shirtless in the summer.

in fact - your post triggered a memory - not a severe trigger - just remembered that i sometimes used to wear more than one pair of underwear. it seemed like a self-protective measure at the time. i had been exposed and didn't want to be. not that wearing an extra layer of jockeys would really have done any good.

probly both behaviours were the result of the same kind of cause - just different ways of reacting. so - yeah - i am betting that your games were responses to the experiences you had. even if your clothes were not actually removed - you no doubt felt vulnerable and naked. this may have been an attempt to re-gain the control by deciding and doing it yourself.

Lee
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#431932 - 04/21/13 09:58 AM Re: A weird strip game I used to play. opinions wanted [Re: Jacob S]
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Originally Posted By: Jacob S

1. Does that game seem abnormal to you?


Yes and no. I would say it sort of does but then I remember that little kids that age can think up some really weird shit to do all on their own. When it comes to six year olds, almost nothing is abnormal. LOL! smile

Originally Posted By: Jacob S
2. Does that game seem like it would be a reflection of some abuse?


Perhaps subconsciously it was. I guess it's impossible to really say though without exploring that and other things that were going on in your childhood a lot deeper. Have you brought this up in front of a T?

Originally Posted By: Jacob S
3. Does that game seem like it would be a reflection of the abuse I do remember, where no actual clothes removal occurred?


Just because no clothes were removed during the CSA event doesn't mean the CSA couldn't manifest itself in behaviors where clothes were removed. It could be related. Perhaps "Mr. Money Clothes" was some way of you trying to make sense of what had happened to you. It is really difficult to say though. Wish I could be more help. Good luck exploring this issue further. Peace,

Ken

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