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Re: Stress, therapy and guilt Dinah

Posted by annierose on November 2, 2006, at 21:23:25

In reply to Re: Stress, therapy and guilt annierose, posted by Dinah on November 2, 2006, at 20:32:13

I called my daughter's therapist to let her know what was going on and for advice w/telling the kids. I did let her know that we are still living in the same house and I don't see that changing until after the holidays (but the jury is out on that too).

Unlike my t, she has met my husband several times. Although she is sadden by my news, she was extremely supportive. She said, "I have seen how destructive your husband's anger can be. I know him to be a loving father, but he needs to learn how to handle his stress and frustration."

Has your therapist ever asked you, "How can I help you?" I got to say, I was a little taken aback. Isn't she supposed to know.....

Getting back to my daughter, she doesn't "know" but she knows. Tonight she had a total meltdown over nothing --- part hormones kicking in, part absoring the atmosphere in this house. Sad. Very sad.




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