|The Commitment "Cusp"||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: John Major (jmajordayna.com)|
|Date: Tue, 4 Jun 1996 23:11:43 -0500|
So, you folks that have been through it, you know what I mean - the moment when you start to panic, and start coming up with reasons for *not* doing it, right? For one of our families, it was "the burden of a 30-yr mortgage", for another it was the "yucky" design we were coming up with, for another, whatever - it seems like most folks have a moment just *before* total commitment where we vacilate like crazy, then finally relax and say, "so be it". I think it would be constructive, if this is really a frequent pattern for someone joining cohousing, to recognize it. This way we wouldn't worry unnecessarily when a cherished member of a community-to-be suddenly appears to be getting cold feet. Whatya say, Elders - does this happen a lot? John Major Wasatch CoHousing jmajor [at] dayna.com
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