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Re: Attachment struggles - again! daisym

Posted by rs on July 8, 2004, at 15:55:14

In reply to Attachment struggles - again!, posted by daisym on July 8, 2004, at 15:13:17

Oh please let him take care of you and the little girl. It is ok. Really. You both deserve it. He wants to help you and be there. You suffered alone long enough. Daisy I understand how it feels to be needy on people especially a therapist. How true what your T said about how some think its wrong to feel needy on a therapist. You know if ok to share the other day was telling my T how lonely it is because when haveing a hard time there is no one I can just call and talk with. Issues are way to much for friends or anyone I know. Husband supports to a certain degree. Anyway he said I could call him anytime. He once gave me his home number but could never do that. Would suffer much before that. Anyway I said I cannot do that because you are a therapist and a professional. He said but I am a person.
Please let him take care of you. Daisy right now the work you are doing is hard, painful etc. I understand that and know how it feels. You deserve to be taken care of and helped as much as he is willing to give you. He is not going to leave you or tell you to leave. Also I think he would be honored if you were to tell him how much you need him along with the little girl and that is ok with both of you.
Thanks so much for all that you share. Wish you the best and thoughts are with you. When do you see T again? Your a wonderful person




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