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Re: crying in therapy » kerria

Posted by muffled on October 12, 2006, at 12:58:30

In reply to Re: crying in therapy » sunnydays, posted by kerria on October 12, 2006, at 0:26:35

> i always cry at t- mostly the whole time unless the parts that don't cry come out for some reason-mostly T sits there- Never says anything comforting. It feels so terrible to cry in front of someone who never comforts. It makes the world there feel like a very uncaring place.
> Do you feel like going to t is like 'leaving the world' kind of- like it has nothing to do with real life?
> i wish my T would say something to comfort- therapy feels so hopeless and sad when you cry and T has no response that you can hear or see.
> i'm also no better for years. i need another T- so tired of just pouring my tears over that same couch and rug and leaving t in worse shape than i came all the time.
> kerria

***Kerria, any chance you could have a calm part take this very post into your T?
So he can read it?
If he don't respond well, mebbe it IS time to start T hunting.
I know its not easy for DID people to find a good T, but they are out there....somewhere.
Take care,




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