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Re: Using symbolism during sessions long sunnydays

Posted by Daisym on July 13, 2009, at 23:57:14

In reply to Re: Using symbolism during sessions long Daisym, posted by sunnydays on July 12, 2009, at 9:16:39

Thanks Sunny, I think I'm still fairly insecure around my writing.

We talked about that session today and about how mixed the feelings are. I think my therapist wanted to make sure he hadn't pushed me too hard and I wanted to make sure he didn't think I was stupid.

I think you should take initiative where and when you can. But it is super hard to follow through on. I sometimes think that Therapist err on the side of non-demanding - I think when we have some pressure, we actually move ourselves to take action better.





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