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Re: Exactly Racer Racer

Posted by muffled on November 1, 2006, at 14:16:14

In reply to Re: Exactly Racer muffled, posted by Racer on November 1, 2006, at 12:24:20

> Denial is like a friend who manipulates you, and persuades you to do things that end up hurting you, making you feel bad about yourself later.
> There are a lot of things in my life I can't stand to think of. I can't stand to admit they happened, or that they can't be undone. I push them away with all my strength, and I Deny them. But Muffled? I know I need to make friends with what really happened. That's what's real, that's what will help me, in the end.
>
> I hope you believe me, and that you can work with your T to make peace with the memories and the emotions.

***Ya thanks Racer. Yeah, denial, your right. Denial alsmost killed me with the drinking...
Sh*t.
Toojanes post was interesting. I think it makes sense to me. Why I get scared some. Cuz I guess I dunno about this 'processing' business.
Seems to me , if something stinks, you ought to bury it.
But I can't seem to bury it deep enough.
The smell keeps comming thru...
Ya, I got a good T. Real good T. I am very fortunate. I think lotsa times she has really struggled with whether she should be treating me, whether I too far beyond her training... but she knows how hard we worked on trust, she knows that there's not a whole lot avail. 'in the system' for me...
I hope your T comes thru for you too Racer.
Thanks,
Muffled

 

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