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Re: Therapy Donna Louise

Posted by pulse on June 24, 2006, at 5:14:54 [reposted on June 26, 2006, at 0:56:21 | original URL]

In reply to Re: Therapy, posted by Donna Louise on June 23, 2006, at 21:42:00

was suggestible; much less so now. in contrast, my therapist is kind, highly dedicated, & knowledgeable, but i've had to (rarely) ask her to confront me more.

my 'stubborness' has been foremost in allowing me to save my own life in recent years.

see nothing wrong with being a rebel, as it's beyond necessary in certain situations w/certain people. just have to control impulses w/ law enforcement and the like, when or if that comes up.

< When I am having an episode where I can't think and all confused and can't make a decision, I will gladly do whatever you say. But if I am not having an episode, I will no doubt rebel and do the opposite as I am still defiant of authority. >

this is typical for many a depressive, although the 1st part *may* apply more often to women with the dx.





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