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Re: Psychological holding crushedout

Posted by PM80 on April 8, 2005, at 15:22:00

In reply to Psychological holding, posted by crushedout on April 8, 2005, at 15:01:08

OK, here's an analogy. It's kinda like being in a huge bubble composed entirely of super-soft pillows made of high thread count egyptian cotton. (But you are not suffoctated or anything, of course.) Life is momentarily suspended and feels all the more real because of it. Basically, it feels very safe. You can lean on someone and it does not hurt or diminish them in any way. They don't NEED anything from you, but instead are completely there, focused on you. You can safely be you.

It's hard to describe, I guess. What do you imagine it should be / what would you hope it to be?




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