Abandonment is really just trying to keep you safe from heartbreak.It thinks that if you keep your heart closed, nobody will be able to abandon or reject you.
The first set was acoustic, and at the recognition of each song the audience reacted.
When he finished playing that song, you could feel the 'Wow'. I was in high school at the time, and two couple older than me were seated to my right. He's entered a new commitment, and the future seems dark to him. And he's trying to take on the role of husband for the first time in his life.
You may not even realize you have abandoment issues.
A few months ago I introduced readers to the "Seven Dwarves of Smallness." Others call them your demons, but I think that gives them too much power.
The problem is that abandonment is wrong: A closed heart is a broken heart.
The only way to stay safe from heartbreak is to open your heart all the way.There was a short intermission, and when the second set began, there was Al Kooper and the band, and Dylan had his electric guitar. He talks about superseding her in his work, in his popularity. I think more deeply, he worries what married life will do to his itinerant, minstrel lifestyle.The fact that Dylan, a folk music god, would go electric blew the minds of the traditional folkies then. He wrote the song right at the point at which he married a pregnant Sarah Lowndes. Most parts of New York City were without power from around pm until am the next morning.This is a common expression of abandonment issues in men. Whether "it" is a work project, the way your home looks, how you dress or what your body looks like, perfectionism is a thief.It steals your happiness under the guise of preventing rejection.) The ghost of 'lectricity (the absence of electricity/electrical light?