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the frustration continues

Posted by crushedout on May 31, 2004, at 20:33:48

In reply to Re: Strangeness of DBT Ilene, posted by crushedout on May 31, 2004, at 13:47:37

I don't think this is working out for me. Every time I try to fill out the diary card, I can feel my blood pressure skyrocket and I end up wanting to cry. I don't even know what the skills are, can't remember if I did them, and for the most part, think I haven't, so I put zeros down on all of them and then just feel like sh*t about everything in my life (about which I felt just fine before I picked up the diary card).

I also am frustrated because I know much of our session tomorrow will be "wasted" on talking either about what I put down or my frustration around it, and I have other things that I really need to talk about. If we're going to do this DBT stuff, we need to *add in* time to do it, which I don't really even think I have anymore. And I'm not sure it's something I want to do, anyway. I'm really not convinced it's helpful, not in this format, in any case. Not for me, that is.




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