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Re: Stress, therapy and guilt annierose

Posted by Dinah on November 2, 2006, at 23:20:05

In reply to Re: Stress, therapy and guilt Dinah, posted by annierose on November 2, 2006, at 21:23:25

Mine does ask how he can help me. It usually means either that I've been critical of him, but I think he also said it after my father died. I think big life events need that sort of question, because the answer can vary so much - even day to day.

I'm going to do something I rarely allow myself to do. And that's agree with your daughter's therapist. It explains a lot if your therapist doesn't know your husband as well. Perhaps she hasn't been able to truly see him through you.

(Ummm.. Not that I don't normally allow myself to agree with therapists. But I don't usually allow myself to express an opinion on spouses.)

Kids are little barometers, aren't they?




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