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Re: Question re:journals Daisym

Posted by muffled on October 18, 2006, at 1:01:56

In reply to Re: Question re:journals muffled, posted by Daisym on October 18, 2006, at 0:39:15

> When I reread my journal, I sometimes wonder, "who wrote that?" I sound so sad, or so mad and I don't remember feeling that way. Or I'll wish for something that I'm embarrassed that I even wrote down. But when I don't write, I get overwhelmed trying to hold all the feelings and all the stories. So it is better out than in.

**Thanks daisy. I'm like that too. My journal is on computer, so i often delete that which I don't want to know. But it does feel good to write stuff. helps me ALOT.

> I think it is great that you share your journal pages with your therapist. Shows so much trust.

**Ya, I finally pretty much trust my T. I actually know lots about her, and she tells me stories of her life so that I might learn. Cuz mostly i'll only REALLY listen to REAL stuff. Thats the way I learn best.
Its not all been good, but i think we mostly have got things going ok.
There's still stuff I won't tell her though.
There's still stuff I won't hear from myownself.
Take care,
> (((Muffled)))

Thanks Daisy :-)




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