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Trying to remember... All Done

Posted by Racer on August 7, 2005, at 10:17:29

In reply to Re: Heheheh, wouldja believe I got an opinion? Racer, posted by All Done on August 7, 2005, at 1:27:00

> >
> I agree that there must be people who would rather not know about the process, but I wonder...other than those forced into therapy, isn't it in the therapy client's nature to want to know more as opposed to accepting something as is?
> But I understand your point. Maybe *I* just can't imagine feeling that way. :-]

I can't remember how I felt when I ws in therapy before, but I don't think that it ever really mattered to me what was happening behind the curtain. I knew that I had to talk about what was going on for me, what had happened in the past, and work out how to move on from it all. That was enough for me then, I guess.

Now, I know a lot more, but I'm not sure that things like transference really matter much to me now, either. I'm aware of them, but mostly I'm more aware of trying to let go of some of my fear, so that I can get at what's behind it. If that requires some transference, so be it. I try not to analyse the process, in favor of moving through it, whatever it contains.

If I were thinking about the process itself, I would get obsessive about it, and probably fall back into trying to diagram it, etc. But that's me...




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