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Self disclosure Dinah

Posted by littleone on August 7, 2006, at 21:21:39

In reply to Re: Babble stuff (long) littleone, posted by Dinah on August 6, 2006, at 18:10:08

> I think your therapist has suggested sensible ways to self disclose about your own reactions, and own them completely.
> It is scary to self disclose, but there tend to be large rewards commensurate with the risks.

I could understand that there would be rewards from self disclosing shameful things. That being accepted by the other person would help to reduce the shame. But I have a lot of trouble understanding what the rewards are with other types of self disclosure.

Do you think there are rewards associated with self disclosing your reactions?

> Good to see you posting.

It's good to see *you* posting :)

I must admit that I had been a bit worried about you. I just felt like you weren't your old self and were maybe really struggling with something in your life. You do seem to be a bit better now. I hope things are okay for you.




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