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Posted by javableue on August 23, 2005, at 22:26:36

In reply to Re: Not sounding too alarmist (possible trigger) Fallsfall, posted by javableue on August 21, 2005, at 20:56:23

Well, after a sleepless night I was so tired and disconnected I didn't really want to talk to my therapist at all, but I dragged myself out to wait for the call (I couldn't take it at home, especially not if he was busy and I had to tell him over the phone) anyway. Nonetheless, it made for a stressful morning/afternoon! He called roughly a half hour after I'd figured he'd forgotten about me and started wondering how I should react. Luckily, he had time and I saw him later in the afternoon.

Just saying it was so hard. I had to go through a few euphemisms before he caught on. After that, it wasn't so bad. I felt heard, or at least to the extent to which I could communicate at the time. Hm. I'm bad at summarising sessions. Suffice to say that it went well and I'm glad I went; I still feel awful, but it's a lot more contained now.

Now I just need to try and avoid thinking of the fact that he'll be away for three weeks. Camp Comfort it is, I guess.




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