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I'm still upset about the fact that she was 18 when you met.
A chat room relationship
I could say so much about this -- and about chat room relationships, in general -- but I'll focus on your question. And my answer to that is: No, you shouldn't be the voice of reason about her break-up.
If you're trying to line yourself up as her next suitor, your intentions aren't honorable. She needs to find real friends for honest discussion.
Please encourage this woman to seek advice from her real-life peers. You say that she's still going through this break-up, which means that she's not quite broken up just yet.
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That means she has a significant other. Tell her to talk to her off-line friends, and please, focus on your off-line life, as well.
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I understand that people meet in chat rooms. I understand that age gaps close. I understand that you guys have known each other for like 15 years and that the relationship feels significant, and maybe it is. But at the moment, she's a woman with a partner who needs to talk to a platonic friend. You're a pen pal with expectations. Can the letter writer be her sounding board?
I am at least 13 years or older and have a parents permission to use this site. I understand that the chat is intended for casual venting and not for mental illness diagnosing or psychological therapy. I understand that as a listener I am not to perform the role of a real therapist and will refer any user to seek appropriate help from a therapist if the case permits it.
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People come to BlahTherapy for help. Though it is true that sometimes people need "tough love" and I have been in the place of giving that tough love, all advice given should always be with unconditional positive regard for the Venter; they are a human being and they can improve themselves if they set themselves to the task, most of them are here because either they do not believe in themselves or because nobody has believed in them.
As Listeners, it is on us to believe in the ability of the Venter to make themselves better, to take them at their word, give them the benefit of the doubt, and to show them that it is entirely possible for someone to believe in them.
Negative regard achieves absolutely nothing. It is impossible to shame or degrade a person into improving. Negative regard does nothing more than communicate negativity, and the Venter likely already feels badly enough about themselves.
Some Venters' issue IS that they have no faith or positive regard for themselves! Show the Venter unconditional positive regard, and you will not only make their life that much easier, you will become a better Listener. One And Done Is Never Enough As Listeners, we hear about every terrible act of which mankind is capable, and this can take its' toll on us, but it is important to remember your Venters, to treat them as people, this means following up.