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Re: CBT questions

Posted by lucy stone on June 6, 2004, at 22:02:50

In reply to Re: CBT questions, posted by fires on June 6, 2004, at 18:15:47

Well, I live in the capital city of a poor state. We don't have any movie stars around here, few country singers maybe. I'm not wealthy but my husband and I do make a good living. There is no doubt that it costs alot in time and money but it's something I am doing for me and most of the time it is not something I dwell on. My husband is totally supportive and says that he can't think of anything more important to spend the money on. I don't think that 3 years is a long time to be in therapy, after all it took me a lifetime to get where I am and I can't expect to change overnight. And no, it is not just the passage of time. Plenty of time had passed in my life without the kind of change I am going through now. I think your post is a good example of why there are so many types of therapy. Some are good for some people, some for others. If you think CBT is right for you I wish you well. Psychoanalysis is right for me and I am very happy with my progress.




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