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Re: Using symbolism during sessions long muffled

Posted by Daisym on July 11, 2009, at 18:23:53

In reply to Re: Using symbolism during sessions long Daisym, posted by muffled on July 10, 2009, at 23:56:12

Hi Muffy,

I think I'm scared of lots of things too - mostly about losing complete control. I told my therapist last week that sometimes I want to hide between the mattresses - not under the bed but between the padded parts so I could just go nuts and noone would hear me.

We do lots of work with different parts and pieces. Sometimes I tolerate it better than others. After so much time, he is quick to recognize when some kind of change has taken place. It isn't always easy to talk from these states though - it is scary and I feel stupid.

Thanks for the reply. I hope you are doing well.




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