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Re: Mourning Shortelise

Posted by pinkeye on April 5, 2005, at 18:45:35

In reply to Mourning, posted by Shortelise on April 4, 2005, at 23:42:29

Trying to be a little less serious about things also would help. The best medicine for any suffering is to add some humor and light heartedness into the situation.

But it is not always possible.. especially when there is a profound underlying need. But a little optimism about life - that you will be able to live a good one irrespective of your therapist not being there, might help.

I think they should come up with one of these Quote Books - with little tips and quotes for moving on after therapists.

Finally, realizing that it was jsut a professional relationship and not a personal one - atleast from your therapist's point of view, might help.

These are all mights.. at the end it still is very painful. Just have to have a hard heart and let go however painful it is I think at the end. But at any cost, don't make yourself a nuisance to him. Vent here all you want, but don't try to cling on to him.. it will only end up embarassing you.




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