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Re: Uncommon issues / uncommon treatments?

Posted by Victoria on November 7, 1999, at 20:00:02

In reply to Uncommon issues / uncommon treatments?, posted by Bob on November 7, 1999, at 14:50:25

Two thoughts:

Maybe relaxation exercises just aren't right for you. Maybe exercise would work better to discharge anxiety and leave you more relaxed without feeling so vulnerable.

I second Noa's suggestion that finding a therapist who can make you feel safe is crucial. I too have a bad reaction to feeling too good (I tend to disconnect) and I've realized that, in my family, my feeling good made me vulnerable, a target to be "shot down." I'd recommend trying therapy again, and take your time finding one you can feel safe with (or at least imagine feeling safe with). Good luck!

> Hi Phil R! Glad you finally put your question up.
> I've brought this up a few times before, but I'll say it again -- hypnotherapy. Find a therapist who also has training as a hypnotherapist. I'm not talking about past-life regressions or anything out on "the edge" like that. The way my hypnotherapist put it is like this: that your conscious mind and your subconscious mind both want what's best for you, but they do not necessarily agree. Hypnotherapy is a means of tapping the unconscious to discover the nature of the disagreement and bring the two back in synch.
> Bob




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