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Re: miss my T Daisym

Posted by sunnydays on March 16, 2008, at 17:02:37

In reply to Re: miss my T, posted by Daisym on March 16, 2008, at 16:40:12

> Missing is a good thing, so my therapist says. It means you are connected to someone. I'm glad you left him a message with good news - didn't it feel good to do that?

**** It did feel good, but I so want to hear his response... I'm just impatient!! :)

>
> My therapist has been inserting himself into the good things in my life for awhile now - meaning, he says "think of me when you are having fun too" - I think because he is trying to show me it is OK to be connected to someone even when you feel OK. One of my favorite voice mails was when I was going on vacation and he said, "think of me when you are shoe shopping - hear me saying, 'are you sure you have room in your suitcase for those?'" It made me laugh.

**** That sounds like something my T would say. Only my T is such a guy that I'm not sure that he would understand the appeal of shoe shopping... I don't know how to keep the connection, I really don't. But I'm working on it.

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> Think of your favorite happy moments with your therapist. Hold them in your heart and let them make you smile. I'd love it if you want to share them here too.

**** I might later, but right now I have a TON of work that needs doing. But thanks for reminding me to think of those moments and hold onto them. I'm sure that's advice my T would give me too. :)

sunnydays


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