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Re: Turning to pills instead of my therapist Dinah

Posted by Daisym on October 24, 2006, at 10:37:29

In reply to Turning to pills instead of my therapist, posted by Dinah on October 23, 2006, at 17:20:09

I'm not sure if this is good or bad either, Dinah. On the one hand, I'd like you to feel you have the support of your therapist. And I think most of the time you know you do have it. But on the other hand, you are being realistic about the limitations of what he can do for you. And to me, therapy has always been about moving towards a place of selfcare - internalizing what my therapist does for me, and doing it for myself. So perhaps reaching for the pills isn't the best thing, but it is a level of independent care that is important.

All that said, it is a really lonely place though, isn't it? I wished we (here in babbleland) lived closer so we could reach for each other...




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