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Re: stopping SI (may trigger)

Posted by terrics on August 5, 2004, at 15:50:51

In reply to Re: stopping SI (may trigger) TexasChic, posted by B2chica on August 5, 2004, at 11:29:07

Hi B2 chica, The dbt program involves a therapist who asks a million questions, corrects you if you are judgemental to yourself or others, wears you out when you si again by asking a million questions and expecting answers. However she does give clues. It is nothing like I have ever done before. You do not dig deep into your past, but you discuss it a little. She helps you learn how to relate to people, but you really have to figure it out yourself. On another day you have group. They teach you the same to relate and interact, how to regulate your emotions, how to tolerate stress and more. First I thought it was hokey, but I am learning alot. It is used for borderlines and is supposed to be very effective. Also, the therapist plays mental games with you which I did not understand at first.[She was making faces and I realized she was copying my faces]. Sometimes she even scolds me. UGH! If you have questions please ask. terrics yahoo email:




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