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Re: DID therapy and DBT kerria

Posted by Estella on August 3, 2006, at 0:15:46

In reply to Re: DID therapy and DBT, posted by kerria on August 2, 2006, at 21:44:51


> Now it's hard to find anything, hard to live one day at a time. i'm trying my best- h isn't happy with me- it hurts so much to have negativity now- when he adds to the hatred by his criticsm of me it's so hard to live with everything else.

Yeah, sweetie I understand.
DBT helps teach you skills so that you can move beyond living life one day at a time struggling to get through each day.
Trouble can be... That sometimes people need good DBT skills in order to take the steps to get to do DBT.

Do you know if DBT could be an option for you?

I'm asking because sounds like you have been having a pretty hard time of it with t's. And in a sense... They have been making you feel worse. Bringing up stuff for you and that kind of thing. DBT is great because it teaches you skills so that you are better able to contain some of those horrible feelings and so that you feel better about your ability to cope with life and hard times and those kinds of things.

I really think it would be worthwhile to do if you could find the courage to find out about it.

I've seen many many different therapists... Many years of therapy... And the thing that helped me the most was learning DBT skills and having a therapist that was focused on helping me implement those DBT skills in my daily life.

I really really really really think that you could benefit from learning the skills and having a good DBT therapist.

But it can be hard sometimes... I hope you feel better soon.


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