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Re: Reading your Therapist's signals

Posted by pinkeye on June 30, 2004, at 14:00:08

In reply to Re: Reading your Therapist's signals DaisyM, posted by lonelygirl on June 30, 2004, at 13:03:17

Wow, this thread has been wonderful. It has been so informative. I have lived a lot of my life responding to what other people need mainly because of my dad. He was such a powerful person, that is was difficult to do anything he didn't wish me to. And the worst part was, he always said I could do what I want verbally, but emotionally I always knew he expected me to do things which he liked.
I never really know what I really want to do with my life. But it is so important to know what you really want to do in your life..because a few days back, I was feeling so low, about to give up on everything in life and it occurred to me that all that ever matters in your life is doing what you like to do. That is the only thing that will give you happiness and pick you up from your worst moments.
So I made a decision to atleast know for myself what I really love about my life and what I would like to do. Not for showing others, not for prestige, not for making you look superior, but just for the sake of loving it. Whether you have the courage to follow that or not is even not that important. But to start with, atleast you should identify what you like.
I also keep expecting my T to stop writing to me, to stop caring about me. I keep feeling like I would irritate him so he would throw me out. Even though I haven't irriated him at all. I have been very easy with him mostly. But I worry anyways.




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