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Posted by Pandabear on May 23, 2004, at 22:15:47

Here is my deal...because I am doing so well right now, I have run out of issues to talk about in therapy. Let me rephrase this..I havent run out ...Im just at a point where Im doing well and nothing is getting me down. My therapist is wanting to know what I want to be focusing on this year and I really dont know...things that I want to work on self esteem, anxity issues, better communication....letting go of things I have no control over..and fears of the unknown..and (i know this sounds stupid) but I have really bad eye contact and she was going to help me with that. I am so self conscious when I have to look at someone in the eyes...the only time I feel comfortable with it is when I am angry at someone. I hate it when she asks what I want to be working on..because I never know what to say..I dont think im perfect..but I dont know what kinds of things people work on in she asking me what type of therapy i want to be doing? She does sandplay therapy and gestalt therapy..but i dont know what I would use sandplay therapy for...?? what kinds of things does sandplay therapy help with? I want to be productive in therapy and this past session was so good..but it was like i was updating her on everything..we didnt focus on was just me telling her how good im doing. I want us to be able to WORK on things..but I dont know what to tell her about what I need to be working on...I dont want to be wasting her time by not knowing what I want...

Any ideas about what I can or should do?




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