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Re: trusting your T rockerr

Posted by SLS on July 8, 2016, at 19:31:22

In reply to Re: trusting your T, posted by rockerr on July 8, 2016, at 6:58:02

> ive been thinking, i do know for certain he cares about me. i dont know if he cares about me as much as i care about my clients. that's hard to assess but i do believe he cares about me quite a bit. but what i've been thinking is that i am much less concerned with him caring about me, since i have thought about it i realize he clearly does care about me. the issue is that i dont think there is anything in me worth caring about. i know this isnt true and i certainly dont feel this way all the time. the feeling is of being so hurt that there is no chance ill let anyone care or connect with me.

Perhaps adding CBT would help you during these times. It would prompt you to do some reality testing as you navigate through cognitive distortions. I'm not very well-versed in psychotherapy, but it seems to me that CBT has become maligned by some people who subscribe to psychodynamic theory. Some people claim that it can hurt more than it can help. I have a hard time believing this. I liked it, and found that it enhanced interpersonal therapy.

Just a thought.


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