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Re: Blurting -- trigger

Posted by B2chica on October 31, 2007, at 8:10:40

In reply to Re: Blurting -- trigger Daisym, posted by RealMe on October 31, 2007, at 1:32:04

> I don't know why, but I don't feel the anger so much about what happened to me anymore. I used to, and now it is just a horrible deep pain and sorrow. My T says he can feel it which then makes me want to cry, and sometimes I do. I just hate that as I don't cry in front of people. He is the only one I can think of that I have cryed in front of since I don't remember when.
> I feel like I should apologize to him for that as I realy hate it. Who wants to be around some pained, sobbing person with the deep sorrow. I feel like I want to cry again just thinking of it. Got to go.
>
> RealMe


i thought i was reading my post.
this T is the First one i've ever cried infront of...but now i do it all the time. i hate it. i feel guilty for it.
i can't believe i cry so much in her office. but i also think it's because i don't cry anywhere else.

but i did read some controdiction in your post and i would like to point it out if you don't mind...(my T did that to me yesterday too, but...)

>> I feel like I should apologize to him for that as I realy hate it. Who wants to be around some pained, sobbing person with the deep sorrow.

well Dear RM, HE does. he choose a profession of emotionally injured people. people who hurt deep...deep...inside. i'm sure it's ok with him...but maybe, if you can. talk to him about it. tell him it makes you uncomfortable and maybe why.


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