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Re: sessions and remembering B2chica

Posted by rskontos on May 15, 2008, at 9:56:01

In reply to sessions and remembering, posted by B2chica on May 15, 2008, at 8:06:21

B2c

I think I know what you are talking about. For me though, I don't have the visual I have the hearing. I hear things but see nothing. It is a big blank. i will hear stuff though. Not all of it just bits and pieces. Sometimes I think you hear only the stuff that is comforting maybe. It seems like that is why you heard the clouds and birds. This is when T send you to God. right to make you feel safe. And your brain let you in on this. The rest you were being protected from. At least this how I see it right or wrong. Yesterday I was at the barn with my daughter and I did something like this. I was there standing at one place and when I came too I was standing at a different location without any memory of how I got there. I did not see me move from place to place but my daughter was talking and I just knew what the conversation was still about to answer her question right. How did I know. It is like your brain is divided into two different functioning parts with two things going on but you are sort of aware and not all at the same time. Dissociation is strange and different and I have found it can change from time to time especially in therapy.


Does this help at all?

rsk

ps glad you feel better

 

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