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Re: borderline personality disorder

Posted by Annabelle Smith on September 26, 2010, at 10:45:53

In reply to Re: borderline personality disorder, posted by emmanuel98 on September 26, 2010, at 5:13:10

Thank you, Emmanuel.

I am sorry that you have had to feel all of that, but wow, it helps me to know that I am not the only one. I am so ashamed of my feelings. There is only one word to describe them: obsessed. And neither my old therapist or my current therapist has any idea.

Do you think it is best to talk to them about how I feel? I just don't know how. At my second session, I brought in a handful of notebooks and a piece of art that I had made a couple of months ago that I thought captured beyond the cage of words how I felt. But I became so shy and yes, tongue-tied in his presence, that I couldn't read or show him any of it. And than I left so desperate and aching and empty.

My therapist says that I can talk to him about anything, and he won't leave. I think I believe him with regard to anxiety, ed's, and even suicidal thoughts, but not with something that involves him so closely. I am afraid he will withdraw and I will be alone. I am so ashamed to feel this way.




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