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Re: Control (long) littleone

Posted by fallsfall on August 24, 2005, at 20:57:14

In reply to Control (long), posted by littleone on August 24, 2005, at 16:05:42

I don't know how much I can respond to you. Control is a BIG issue for me.

I would suggest, though, that you keep trying to work with your current therapist. He seems to be helping you to see some important patterns in your life. I know that it is excruciating - I went through 6 months of hell in therapy, but every second was worth it. I don't know that your therapist is good, but you seem to be talking about important things. If you can keep working on it, it will probably pay off.

Switching therapists can seem pretty attractive. But if you and your current therapist are working on your important issues, then if you change therapists you will just need to get the new therapist up to speed so that you can get right back to this place you are now. I guess it just sounds to me like you think that what you are working on now is important, so I would recommend that you try to keep working on it.

I'm glad you like the book. I really liked to see a book (in black and white) give me permission to be good to myself.

Good luck on the control stuff. It is still pretty much beyond my grasp!




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