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Re: How do you move on from an abusive childhood? orchid

Posted by happyflower on June 23, 2006, at 17:36:24

In reply to Re: How do you move on from an abusive childhood? Tamar, posted by orchid on June 21, 2006, at 21:49:19

Hi Orchid,

I think you might be right about T's only doing so much for you. But my T still believes there are things I need to work on. I am doing some good things, but my marriage is broken, and my childhood keeps haunting me, so I still need help.
But I don't plan on doing therapy forever. Sometime I just wish I could just say I am alright, but usually something happens and I am not. I am probably one of my T's oldest clients at the momement, but he said I will know when the time is right for me to "resign". But now isn't the time, I am getting close, but I just want to get it all out of me and worked out so I can go on with life and hopefully not need therapy anymore.
But the funny thing is, if I deceide to become a child T, I will have to go to therapy as part of my training. LOL I will probably just sit there and say, well I have it all figured out, lets play some cards or something. LOL Well maybe that won't happen, but if do go into helping little kids, I want to make sure my issues are resolved. Thanks Orchid! ;-)


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