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  • Friday, December 15, 2006
    Optimism continues
    I'm feeling better on the e. front. I still feel like I've fucked up, but I don't feel like it's out of hand.

    Today, she made arrangements for a sleep-over with a different friend than the one who's been making me a wee worried lately, and we had the evening together without j. (who is at Temple with a friend and they're being dropped off here for a sleepover any minute), and she just talked and talked about things going on with her.

    Also, one of the (teachers?) from her after-school program approached me to "apologize" about the fact that she had never discussed e.'s issues with that boy - now what the teacher said was: this boy has issues ..... he's trying to work through them .... it seemed like e. was a good friend for him ... it didn't so much work out ... his parents want his behavior to stop, and inasmuch as it's attached to e., they want it to stop from her, too .... the boy has outbursts .... e. was not so much the problem, as she was an .... impetus? .... there was only one incident in the after-school program.

    I felt like she was saying that e. is *not* the problem. That was later confirmed.

    So, I'm feeling a little better. Like things are NOT going to spiral out of control.
    posted by Zuska @ 8:11 PM  
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