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There are some things therapy can't fix - trigger

Posted by madeline on January 30, 2006, at 10:44:47

I think.

I grew up in a very violent house and, even when I wasn't the target, I still retain the images of violence that so shape my life that they feel like they are imbedded in the mortar of me.

How does one overcome a father slamming into a door trying to get to you, your brother and your mom? All the while you know that if that door gives way, you are done for.

These things I think are too hard to shake, too hard to give any meaning to, even with the most talented of therapist.

Is there enough love in the world to make amends for this fear?

I doubt it.




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