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Re: General questions and guidance...

Posted by Tabitha on April 11, 2003, at 1:56:11

In reply to Re: General questions and guidance..., posted by fallsfall on April 9, 2003, at 7:51:20

Just think of therapy as an adjunct to medication. It's hard dealing with the changes and the stigma, and you might benefit from some extra support.

A therapist once told me that when doing therapy with highly intelligent clients, it can be slower getting started, since the intelligence is usually used as a defense against feeling, but the ultimately those clients progress more quickly since their intelligence helps them have the necessary insights.

Another trick that helps when I feel bad about having so much therapy.. think of it as education rather than medical care. You are getting education into functioning better as a human being, and integrating your emotions into your life. They don't teach that in engineering school.




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