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Re: Different emphasis on attachment - pegusus lifeworthliving

Posted by Shortelise on November 25, 2004, at 16:00:45

In reply to Re: Different emphasis on attachment - pegusus, posted by lifeworthliving on November 24, 2004, at 23:56:11

I'd say that's attachment.

It sounds like you're right in there with the child in you, looking at old hurts, living with your feelings. It's part of therapy.

Would you want to come out from under the blanket to talk with your T about your feelings toward her and your worries about them? She is the person who will understand and help you work through them.

It sounds like you are doing some really deep work. For me, that work is awfully painful, and my feelings about my T get really painful too. But deep work gets results.

I don't think you're weird at all. The person I am with my therapist is the side of me I need to open up in order to work through the crap I have to work through. And it's the appropriate place to do that.

We are many-faceted creatures, rich in apsects.





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