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Re: hmm llrrrpp

Posted by All Done on June 25, 2006, at 1:44:51

In reply to Re: hmm All Done, posted by llrrrpp on June 24, 2006, at 11:26:56

> > Hi, llrrrpp.
> >
> > I think Sleepygirl's onto something. :)
> I agree- you should place an order too. What color do you want your baseline in?

I heard orange is the new black.

> > My T and I have talked about my ups and downs in relation to my baseline. Is my baseline what I was? Is it what I want it to be? I'm pretty sure my baseline has been low for a very long time. Maybe always. I think, maybe when I decide it has moved up enough, I'll be done with therapy? (Don't tell my T I said that, though. ;) )
> Yeah, my T told me that I can never go back to where I was, either the good places or the bad places. I just have to try to keep finding new places. But I shouldn't go all apesh*t ahistorical either and put a rosier or dingier tinge on the past than what it objectively deserves.

Why does your T say you can't go back to the good places?

I have a terrible tendency to "change" the past. My memory is terrible and my lack of self-esteem (hey, Dr. Bob...what about that board? ;) ) contributes too much to my views about what really happened.

> When your present is satisfactory, I see no reason to continue with T, as long as the present is stable. My present is highly unstable. Volatile, in fact.
> I would never tell your T. perish the thought!
> yours,
> -ll

Thanks for keeping my secret. As far as he knows, he's stuck with me until he retires, which, according to my calculations, is approximately 35 years and two days. ;)




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