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Re: Loving your T... a sickness? terrics

Posted by crushedout on April 2, 2004, at 17:50:51

In reply to Loving your T... a sickness?, posted by terrics on April 2, 2004, at 16:41:37


I've been struggling with the same question. My friend who came over to spend the night last night thinks I should stop therapy. Actually, almost all my friends (maybe all of them?) think I will just continue to be tortured if I remain with her and I need to leave her to start moving on.

Do you guys think there may be another way out? I thought I was supposed to "work through" this transference, but I don't seem to be working through anything. I just keep getting worse. And acting out (SI) more and more.


> If a person feels awful after therapy and only thinks of his/her T.day and night, can this possibly be healthy? Can therapy work under these conditions? terrics


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