Posted by corafree on August 8, 2004, at 15:57:15
In reply to SORRY TO JUMP IN - BUT HELP PLEASE?! » corafree, posted by pablo1 on August 6, 2004, at 10:28:07
Good idea, I'll let them know I'm scared from the beginning. I did tell you that my DBT therapist told me that to fail this program would NOT be good for me. It's like she was saying, if you fail this, you WILL definitely give up. I think that's why I'm so scared, if I'm suicidal now, whoa...what would I be then? Did I tell you my Effexor-XR dosage has not been adjusted since April? I've called everybody and keep calling. Pray my family will validate my illness pls P? cf
> I agree the therapy should be a really good thing now. Twice a week is great when you are at this pivotal point. Ask your kids for support on that and I wish you the best with it. Tell the therapist & the group you are afraid and to be gentle with you, I'm sure they will oblige. I know how it feels to want to run away from therapy but even the ones I ran away from were helpful for a period so give it a try. Probably you are hyped up enough that it will actually help now. Try to relax and let it work.