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Re: graduated from therapy and gritting my teeth pegasus

Posted by Shortelise on September 28, 2005, at 0:47:34

In reply to graduated from therapy and gritting my teeth, posted by pegasus on September 27, 2005, at 12:23:54

Yikes.

I know this feeling well. I am down to once every three weeks, but I feel that hole acutely.

Part of being well is knowing when we need a hand and asking for it. It may not be your therapist you need to ask, but maybe an old friend you can call to talk it through, or your aunt Betty, your brother's wife or someone you like who mgiht be willing.

Or would a short phone call to your T help? Just to tell her what's up, how you're doing and that you miss her support? I hope it's pretty normal in the time after therapy ends to touch base once in a while.

Be good to yourself. Eat well, get enough sleep if you can, drink lots of water, and try to take time for yourself.

((pegasus))


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