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to take arms against a sea of ethics » happyflower

Posted by Tamar on January 20, 2006, at 19:20:49

In reply to Just crying my eyes out, posted by happyflower on January 20, 2006, at 4:40:52


It's not that he doesn't love you...
It's that he can't demonstrate his love in the ways we usually expect it.
Instead of demonstrating his love by saying it, he has to demonstrate it by helping you to find love within yourself.

It hurts, because we want to hear that we're loved. We want the physical touch of love.

I think therapists have a special and unique way of loving: they don’t tell us and they don’t hold us. But they still love us…. And when we can believe we’re loved even without the telling and the holding – well, I guess that’s when their love begins to heal us.

And don’t forget that we all love you lots.
Big hugs,




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