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Re: therapy takes up too much room in my mind DAisym

Posted by LlurpsieNoodle on September 2, 2007, at 15:53:52

In reply to Re: therapy takes up too much room in my mind LlurpsieNoodle, posted by DAisym on September 1, 2007, at 13:26:25

>So learning to spend less energy being guarded and more being present was a process. I'm better at it now...sometimes.

It's so hard because I've always guarded my feelings, and especially around men. I can hardly let myself go, emotionwise, and end up zoning out while I recite things that would normally be associated with emotions that make me feel vulnerable (sad, angry, hurt, anxious)
> And I'll throw this out too. This sounds a little like a defense against going deeper - a red herring, if you will. Is therapy really taking up too much time and space - or is it getting scary so you (unconsciously) are starting to look for reasons to back off? Just a thought.

yep scary. that's not a red herring at all. That's exactly what I think this is all about.

SO scary




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