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Re: It does help, but /MAY TRIGGER*** terrics

Posted by noa on March 9, 2004, at 18:05:32

In reply to Re: It does help, but /MAY TRIGGER*** Racer, posted by terrics on March 8, 2004, at 21:10:44

I hope you'll be able to discuss the SI directly with the therapist. It is definitely an issue especially right now. You're right--ignoring it isn't going to make it go away. And you are describing urges that do sound dangerous to me, as other people have mentioned. If there is something going on right now in your life that is adding stress to stir up the SI urges, I hope you can address this with your therapist. Maybe you need some extra supports in place right now?

And I have found that for me, it isn't necessary for a stressor to be proportional to my reaction to it. There are ways that little stressors can trigger for me deep and old feelings way beyond what I would expect.




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