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Re: **triggers** book on psychodynamic psychology Maria01

Posted by LlurpsieNoodle on August 22, 2007, at 18:57:33

In reply to Re: **triggers** book on psychodynamic psychology LlurpsieNoodle, posted by Maria01 on August 22, 2007, at 18:26:40

> I have been suicidal before, and the last thing on my mind was rescue. I just wanted the pain to stop. Fortunately, I had enough presence of mind to come right out and say that. Made everything so much easier.

I don't want to compare your situation to mine, of course everyone's experiences are unique. At the time of suicidal ideation, perhaps the pain is overwhelming and I did want relief from it. But what kind of pain is it? Was it the pain of wanting to be helped and not getting that kind of help, or not soon enough. Perhaps 'rescue' is too strong a concept.

I should add that the book is from 1963 and I got it from the freebie bin of the used bookstore. It did seem rather apropos, once I skipped the chapters on genetics... lol





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