You mean Kristy?

I am not an alpha female. More like a beta male. 

It is not true in my experience that strong women cannot be friends. It happens 
all the time in non-male dominated arenas. 

Thanks,
Chris Austin-Lane
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On Nov 10, 2010, at 6:01, "ED" <seacrofter...@yahoo.com> wrote:

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> 
> 
> Mayka,
> 
> I take you at your word when you say:  "I admire people who don't fear the 
> consequences of speaking up their minds ..." 
> 
> So, at the risk of of being label "thorny", I say:
> 
> Yes, you and Chris could be friends, though probably not when in the same 
> kitchen, coffee klatch, or Yahoo group, as both of you are confident, 
> strong-willed alpha-females.
> 
> With playfully truthful loving-kindness,
> 
> --ED
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>  
> 
> --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Maria Lopez <flordel...@...> wrote:
> >
> 
> K...
>  
> Enjoyed the clarity of this post of yours. 
>  
> I think that Mike might have been right and there is the possibility that if 
> we both met and knew face to face we might become friends.  Anyway, we're in 
> the same group and find very silly not to interact with each other.  You're 
> wrong and I do like you.  We both are impulsive ladies. I like from the 
> posting you sent to Anthony your very good intentions of helping him. There 
> was warm and compassion in your personal way of posting .   I admire people 
> who don't fear the consequences of speaking up their minds specially with 
> taboo subjects as the one you spoke about.   Interaction between Anthony and 
> yourself was an interesting dharma.  
>  
> Can we make up and be friends?
> Mayka
>  
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