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Re: The Closet - Can I open it??HELP!! Anyone??PlzRd!

Posted by Miss Honeychurch on October 3, 2004, at 8:44:45

In reply to The Closet - Can I open it??HELP!! Anyone??PlzRd!, posted by mattw84 on October 2, 2004, at 23:49:15


We pay these guys to help us. If you are holding back something pretty significant, I feel you are not getting what you deserve. If your p-doc does not know the full picture, your treatment will be missing a piece.

I suppose it all comes down to trust. How well do you trust your p-doc? How comfortable are you with him? It took me awhile before I completely opened up to my T, but I"m glad I did. I was dealing with things on my own, things I have never told anyone, and either consciously or subconsciously, it was eating me up inside. I thought it was all in the past and had completely repressed all thoughts of it. BUt I still carried it with me and even though I no longer thought about it, it literally made me sick. I became a major hypochondriac. My body had absorbed all of my pain which my brain refused to acknowledge.

SO here I am one year later, finally able to deal with my anxiety and depression and no longer thinking I have MS or Lou Gehrig's disease. I base this largely on the relationship I have with my T. That I was 100% open to him. I held nothing back.

I was truly afraid however when I opened up to him about this past event, that that meant I had to tell my husband, which I never wanted to do. I don't want my family knowing this happened. HE said that telling only him was perfectly fine, that there was no reason to tell the whole world.

so, I advise you to TELL HIM! AS they say in the Lottery, "You can't win if you don't play."




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