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graduated from therapy and gritting my teeth

Posted by pegasus on September 27, 2005, at 12:23:54

So, a few weeks ago my T and I decided that I would stop coming to therapy. I've been doing so much better with my mood disorders lately that I don't *really* need it now. And with my little baby and all, it just wasn't the right time to focus on the deeper stuff that is always there to work on. So, we had a lovely termination session, where she said she'd miss me and I was welcome to come back any time, etc. It felt shaky but good.

So, not two weeks later, all hell breaks loose in my personal life (see post on social re: friends in hospital). And I want to handle it, and not need my T. And, I *can* handle it . . . I've *been* handling it. But . . . I guess I just feel shaky about being on my own here. I miss having her to tell my big stuff to. I'm not falling apart . . . but there's a big hole.

And on the other hand, I really really want to prove to myself that I have in fact graduated from therapy. Which would mean that I don't call her.

Normally I would lean on my best friends for support. But they're all in the hospital! They're leaning on me.

Not sure what my point is. Ack, real life without therapy is hard!





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