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Re: Using symbolism during sessions long Daisym

Posted by antigua3 on July 14, 2009, at 8:14:16

In reply to Re: Using symbolism during sessions long sunnydays, posted by Daisym on July 13, 2009, at 23:57:14

What do you mean? You are a great writer. We can all see that very clearly and it's something good you need to accept about yourself! :)

I'm glad the symbolic gesture helped you so much. All I have to compare it to is going out with that bat and beating it against a fence, pretending it was my father, and expressing how angry I was at him. Too bad it didn't stick. I still have trouble with the anger.

My pdoc and T both have copies of a letter I wrote to my father. They've never even really talked about. Maybe we should burn it, or maybe I just need to do that. As a writer, I find an unexpressed response to be very invalidating...

Take care, and I'm sorry about the new memories. I know how painful they can be,




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