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Re: Attachment vs. transference twinleaf

Posted by Daisym on October 15, 2010, at 13:45:55

In reply to Re: Attachment vs. transference Daisym, posted by twinleaf on October 15, 2010, at 9:12:23

I guess I'm not sure that permanance is a goal...but more flexibility in relationships. Meaning, you will change and the other will change but you are secure in the knowledge that the relationship itself can withstand the change. So we all feel more or less connected at times but the underlying relationship allows for reconnection, or repair, if necessary. I think though that the usual unconscious (and sometimes very conscious) fears that we can destroy or be destroyed within the relationship can be tempered permanently.

I'm not really planning on doing anything differently right now. I love working with kids, even as hard as that is in California right now. I think the degree was sort of a "divorce therapy" project - something to keep me busy and productive.




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