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Re: Do your T's MAKE you cry ? Happyflower 1 :-)

Posted by widget on August 25, 2007, at 7:13:16

In reply to Do your T's MAKE you cry ?, posted by Happyflower 1 :-) on August 24, 2007, at 21:16:45

Yes, but I have never been actually encouraged to cry. The quotes you gave that your therapist said like feeling the pain like a dagger through your heart sound a bit much but I wasn't there. He may have just been encouraging you having your feelings at a gut level which is great. That's why you're there. And, its also great that he oozes warmth.

My therapist is calm and receptive to my tears, my anger, my whatever and will just sit and let it come. There is nothing I can throw at him that isn't ok. I think I actually sometimes "test" his limits for this and have not rattled him, except maybe a little when I first confessed my deep feelings for him. But, he recovered nicely and is ok with the "love" stuff. I usually feel much better if I can cry there although emotionally drained and in need of quiet time to process and recover.


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