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Re: My T DaisyM

Posted by antigua on May 27, 2004, at 20:02:28

In reply to Re: My T antigua, posted by DaisyM on May 27, 2004, at 19:41:00

I just love the differences. It says so much about how psychotherapy works. If I had a woman like that I wouldn't have pursued it either.

My mother was a beauty at a very young age, and she gives me hope because she went into business for herself when she was 60 (now 72) and she has been a real success. She is not really confident by any means, she is just so different from me. I guess I really needed a therapist who would support me like what I viewed a mother should be--and mine wasn't. My mother's life has always been so much more interesting--and more important-- than mine that I've always taken a back seat to her. she told me once that I would feel bad when I had a daughter whose beauty surpassed my own. But she wasn't talking about me, she was talking about my sister. I don't feel inferior to my mother because she is very proud of me; it's just that she really doesn't have a clue as to who I really am.
thanks for the different perspective,




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