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Re: the land of denial terra miller

Posted by judy1 on June 3, 2002, at 0:17:12

In reply to the land of denial judy1, posted by terra miller on June 2, 2002, at 22:54:00

First I'm so sorry you had such a traumatic time with your ex, I hope you're feeling better now. I do 'trigger' fairly easily, because of some recent medical problems I had to see a new neurologist recently (and I brought a letter with me from my therapist explaining I had PTSD and difficulty with being examined). All he did was bring a female nurse in the room and still had me lay on my stomach and I just 'left'- you probably understand what I mean. Later that night I cut myself pretty badly to the point of several stitches. So perhaps denial is an appropriate term, and when you wrote in your last post that my therapist is going at my pace, I can believe that too. Thank you for explaining about names, I don't think that way either. But I do keep things from my therapist and shrink, if I say I have voices boom I'm on an anti-psychotic but in a sense I think I've always had them- it's just sometimes it's very frightening as is the loss of time. Do you forget a lot of things- like where you left something? When you feel like you are switching, I assume the 'essential' you doesn't remember anything like you said, but does some part of you remember? Are you able to communicate to the other parts of yourself? If you don't want to answer any of this, please don't- I appreciate everything you've already written. Take care, Judy




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