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Re: Wanting comfort » Tamar

Posted by kerria on October 15, 2006, at 0:52:58

In reply to Wanting comfort, posted by Tamar on October 13, 2006, at 6:20:33


i'm sorry that your T isn't comforting- i can definately relate to how painful that can be.

Sometimes i think that Ts hide behind the word 'boundaries' and it's weak/not good therapy . It's weak because they should find ways of comforting that help within the boundaries.

not comforting feels so much like rejection and uncaring and that's more harmful than a hug.

i hope T starts understanding.
Take care,




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