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Re: Stress, therapy and guilt annierose

Posted by bent on October 31, 2006, at 6:56:38

In reply to Stress, therapy and guilt, posted by annierose on October 30, 2006, at 17:22:06

Hi. I am a believer in therapy breaks, but I also think they are sneaky too. Most of the time my desire to get a way from therapy a little isnt about wanting a break at all. Its actually many other things that I am avoiding.
I am not saying dont reduce your sessions or anything but do you think you could read this post to your t? Talk about it first? I just feel like your post is trying to say something about your relationship with your T and I cant quite figure it out. You mention forced words, feeling uncomfortable and guilty. Are you angry at your T? Other than her calling you back when you really didnt need her to?
If you talk about all this and still feel like you have nothing more to say (right now or even longer) then I say drop back sessions to what you feel most comfortable with. I guess I am inserting my own fears here because I feel I have done this in the past but for the wrong reasons and it only made therapy harder. You may feel totally different though. Just a thought.




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