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Re: Psychological holding happyflower

Posted by Shortelise on April 9, 2005, at 22:38:15

In reply to Re: Psychological holding, posted by happyflower on April 9, 2005, at 16:19:14

It's just a thing that happens when you tell about painful stuff. Things that would be easier said curled in the safety of someone's lap, said into the soft shoulder of a lover or a mother, or a close friend, but that are too dangerous or frightening or ugly to say in those places.

Our T's can't hold us physically, and maybe their way of holding is better for this purpose.

Does that help?

ShortE


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