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Re: Unconditional acceptance » ClearSkies

Posted by annierose on November 8, 2006, at 20:32:00

In reply to Re: Unconditional acceptance » annierose, posted by ClearSkies on November 8, 2006, at 9:27:07

Exactly, I just want her to be herself. Be a listening ear. Don't ask questions that imply if only I did this, than that situation wouldn't exist .. because it's not true. I went into the session hoping I could just be with her in total silence for the hour. I wondered to myself how that would be. Not an angry silence, but a comforting one. Like when my child is home sick from school and she is napping on the couch, I'll just sit with her and hold her hand, or rub her back and say nothing --- I just want her to know that I am there. Does that make sense?

Yoga has improved my life too. I'm so glad I found a class nearby with wonderful teachers. If I have to cut back on more therapy, there is always yoga.




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