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Re: Journey (not so long)

Posted by shar on November 17, 2003, at 20:01:09

In reply to Re: Journey (pretty long) shar, posted by karen_kay on November 17, 2003, at 17:19:40

What everyone has said is so absolutely true. It is a rocky journey, with pitfalls (and torches), and putting ourselves out there, all vulnerable after terrible experiences, and the hope that working with this person will help us get past some of the things that need getting past.

Some of it is just awful...but what is the alternative? At least with my Therapist, I know she is not there to abuse me, misuse me, do a mind f**ck on me. It's probably the most honest relationship I have.

Not all experiences will be good, which is why we shift around, but some can be very good...and that is the great hope. That someone can help us find that good, loving part of ourselves that isn't made for others........but for us. For us to love the good stuff we have, work on improvements....etc., etc., etc., (that's from the King and I or Anna and the King of Siam).

When we are on a journey, we will learn something. It may be something to do, or something not to do...or, maybe it will be to explore the unknown before us--the idea that we could be lovable and worthwhile, that we may be important to others. Who knows where the journey will take us?

for all of us learners.....




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