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Re: Want to quit, but do I need to 'fess up, first? Marie Box

Posted by workinprogress on May 14, 2010, at 23:05:04

In reply to Re: Want to quit, but do I need to 'fess up, first?, posted by Marie Box on May 13, 2010, at 15:28:13


It sounds like you're feeling really frustrated. And I know from what you said earlier, you're at least a bit afraid. I absolutely empathize with that fear. What I will tell you, from my experience, sharing with my T how I feel about her and how important she is to me- while a HUGE RISK- is always so so worth it. And, it always brings me closer to her and closer to healing. Is there any chance try to share your feelings with her before just quitting? Might it help to talk to her about it? Just some things to consider...

take good care of yourself...


> Well, I went, and today--once again--we pretty much just talked about nothing. I realized that I am scared of what's going on, but I just don't think that my therapist knows how to break through to me. I want to stop going but now I feel like I'm just going to go through life wondering if there's a part of me that's broken that not even my therapist could fix. I'm going to cancel the rest of my appointments.




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