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Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books

Posted by Daisym on September 28, 2004, at 14:21:55

In reply to Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books Daisym, posted by ron1953 on September 28, 2004, at 11:18:21

Let me know if you like it. What I liked about Ghosts was that there were men and women writers. I often wonder if men and women see depression differently. Another of my favorite books (just for fun) is "Tales from a Flying Couch" and the author describes his own war with depression.

Do you have a male therapist or female? And does he/she ask you to describe how you feel beyond saying "depressed"? I find this hard...sad doesn't say enough, frustrated isn't quite right. My therapist also wants to know where the pain sits in my body, or the heaviness. Which is an interesting exercise, to try to locate it. Once it was in my left ear. Hmmm...




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