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Re: ferapist daddies and emotional incest zazenducke

Posted by sunnydays on February 1, 2008, at 10:45:21

In reply to ferapist daddies and emotional incest Dinah, posted by zazenducke on February 1, 2008, at 10:09:52

The answer is, there is an adult part to one's personality, and a child part. Everyone has those parts. In some people, the child part was nurtured and loved and feels secure, and it's what allows them to go to parties and have fun and be goofy and all that stuff. In some people the child part is wounded, and that needs to be addressed in therapy. Working with that part of the person in therapy does not have to mean infantilizing them. In fact, there can be shifts made in the same session between the child and the adult part. It's an issue of respecting all parts of a person and treating their whole self.





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