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Re: He told me fairywings

Posted by All Done on October 20, 2005, at 16:54:08

In reply to Re: He told me All Done, posted by fairywings on October 20, 2005, at 9:17:30

> I don't think it feels good either to have ppl tell me I'll be okay, or I can figure things out, esp. when I'm feeling so bad. It makes me feel dismissed. It sounds like even though he was worried and kept you after, that the reassurances just weren't enough. I'm sorry that it hurts so much. Does it help to do anything in particular when things go so bad? Writing out your feelings, taking a long walk, exercise, music, anything?

Yeah. He admitted that what he said wasn't very sensitive. He's pretty good letting me know when he recognizes that he's made a mistake. I guess the damage is kind of done by then, though. :(

When things get bad, I usually run to post here. Contact with you guys really helps even if my thoughts aren't very organized.

> You do have a long wait till next appt., why so long? I hope you find something that can quell the painful thoughts and anxiety.
> (((((hugs)))))
> fw

I usually see him once a week, but he had to cancel this Saturday's appointment. When that happens, we reschedule for Wednesday evening, but then I have to go a week and a half in between sessions. Usually, it's not a big deal, but I've never left feeling so bad.

Thanks for the hugs.


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