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Re: Worst I've Ever Heard alexandra_k

Posted by cricket on October 21, 2005, at 10:13:28

In reply to Re: Worst I've Ever Heard cricket, posted by alexandra_k on October 20, 2005, at 16:39:26

> okay. now alarm bells are MAJORLY ringing for me. i'm guessing... that that part is probably a vulnerable child part that is very attached to him and fairly much adores him. probably... the child part who behaved caringly to your abusers because she didn't access those legitimate feelings of SOMETHING IS NOT RIGHT HERE. and so... that attachment is something that is... keeping you going back to him DESPITE all these other feelings that you can access of SOMETHING IS NOT RIGHT HERE.
Yes, Alex. That is it. That is the exact feeling.

> He is discounting you. You and your legitimate feelings. Same as your abusers...
> He seems to have some very confused ideas indeed as to what is likely to help you.
Perhaps he's just given up and is saying whatever the h*ll he feels like.
> Thats the most important thing he needs to teach you. THEY ARE ALL LEGITIMATE. And if you come to really believe that then you won't need to 'delegate them out' anymore. You won't need to deny or repress them anymore. But he encourages you to deny or repress things. He encourages the needy dependent good child to generalise... But that needy dependent good child is there because she has learned to behave like that in order to obtain affection and love. And you come to believe that... That is what is required.
Yes, you make a lot of sense.

Thanks Alex. I don't know what I'd do without you. Be more suicidal for sure.

I hope you're okay too. I know we can wind each other up sometimes.




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