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Re: defences against feelings littleone

Posted by Pfinstegg on January 22, 2006, at 10:50:42

In reply to Re: defences against feelings Pfinstegg, posted by littleone on January 21, 2006, at 1:46:25

Well, I think you're right. Depression, anxiety, etc. really aren't "defenses" against feelings. It's more like that I am aware of the feelings of my different ego states- what is hurting and enraging them. If I feel very depressed, I have learned to ask each of my parts what is really bothering it. Then I can (eventually) talk about those feelings with my T, and that usually really does help. If I am with him, he asks.They have an overwhelming need to be heard, and appreciate it whether I or my analyst does it. We both need to do it, since it's all going on all the time!




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