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Re: Talking about Shame **triggers** sex too llurpsienoodle

Posted by Dinah on May 9, 2008, at 18:18:07

In reply to Talking about Shame **triggers** sex too, posted by llurpsienoodle on May 9, 2008, at 17:39:23


I'm not at all surprised, of course. You *are* deserving.

I can see ways in which your lists aren't totally incompatible. Fear not being able to tolerate something and fear of your therapist could include sexual fears, but also extend beyond them. Could he be focusing on sexual elements because of your conversation? My therapist isn't averse to jumping around in session, but I hear many therapists operate on the assumption that topic switches aren't as random as they might seem.

Is your therapist someone who could conceivably arouse sexual thoughts? (I tried like heck to come up with an alternate verb choice, but my brain froze.)

Faking it... Hmmm... I don't know what the relative merits may be, but I know what a lousy actor I am. :(




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