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Re: And we're breathing and we're breathing messadivoce

Posted by gardenergirl on September 21, 2005, at 23:48:16

In reply to Re: And we're breathing and we're breathing Tamar, posted by messadivoce on September 21, 2005, at 13:39:07

> > This would be progress for me, although I think he probably sees me as a nuisance--his own version of "What About Bob." I'm sure he's thinking, "Why can't she just move on?"

You know, I was just talking with someone today about a similar issue. I sometimes worry that my T is thinking, "This again?" or "Sheesh, get over it!" Now being on the other side of the couch, I can safely say I can't recall thinking that about a client. So I think it's that ashamed or judgemental part of me that's projecting that message onto my T.

Could you be doing the same? And we pretty much all have a basic human need for connection. It's right up there after stuff like shelter, food, warmth, etc. It makes sense that if you felt that connection in a very positive way in the past, you would miss that and reach out for it in times when maybe you don't feel so connected elsewhere.

> I'm still breathing.

As Martha Stewart would say, "That's a good thing."

Take care,





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