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Posted by sleepygirl on October 20, 2005, at 19:19:39

In reply to Re: very unproductive therapy session....... sleepygirl, posted by Augustina on October 20, 2005, at 16:46:15

Well I'm glad other people seem to have this problem sometimes. Every once in a while I don't feel like I can't talk about anything - nothing seems to matter, I don't feel much. Sometimes it's some anxiety or a block I need to get through. I think I just might be too tired -too much work and focusing on other people and not myself. I'm burnt. I'm not in touch with my feelings I guess.


But ya know what, I start to think "Does this mean I really don't need therapy? Do I really have nothing to talk about?" This idea seems quite preposturous most of the time, but when it comes I don't like it.

Yes it feels like a waste of money :-(
Most of the time I end up talking about stuff. Sometimes it's really TOO much.
I think I prefer a bit more emotionality than this. I feel so....dull. Then I start to wonder.."maybe I shouldn't take this seroquel anymore?" It sort of quieted down the 'noise' in my head, but I don't like it this quiet. I know I had these types of sessions before though so I could too quickly be blaming the drug. You'd think after last weeks wickedly emotional 5-6 hour crying on and off episode I'd be glad...but NO.

My T is really big on the sitting and waiting for me to talk, with the occasional question. When it gets like this I want to say "So...how are you doing?" - this usually is not met with much of a response. I don't like not feeling connected. Oh well, time to journal/make art/something like that. Thanks for the responses.
-sleepygirl


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