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Re: saw therapist judy1

Posted by terra miller on June 5, 2002, at 19:53:37

In reply to saw therapist terra miller, posted by judy1 on June 5, 2002, at 16:59:25

hey, i'm here if ever you need or want to talk. and it's up to you- that is, you always get to choose and the choice never ever needs to be pushed on you- who you choose to trust. i just thought i'd say that. sometimes we need to hear it.

your therapist gave you really good advice. petting animals but especially being with your own kids does help you stay grounded. the more of your senses you can involve the better. and there's something about the responsibility of raising your own kids that helps a whole bunch.

if you're feeling the strong urge to nurture yourself, you can try tossing a stuffed animal in your bed and sleeping with it. there's something about that that i haven't figured out yet, but my theory is that while i get to sleep, the child gets to cuddle.

i think you were very brave to give your writings to your therapist. i bet that was scary to do. with time, i hope she becomes more and more trustworthy so that you become partners in your healing. in my own therapy, there are lots of times when my therapist partners with me to know what it is that i need and what is wrong inside and what to discuss and what to wait to discuss. nobody knows better than you. i though maybe it would help to hear that.

terra


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