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Re: I don't believe my therapist

Posted by Shortelise on December 3, 2004, at 15:52:37

In reply to I don't believe my therapist, posted by Dinah on December 3, 2004, at 13:11:25

When things get emotional, I am sometimes unable to understand what people around me are saying because I forget from one word to the next what has been said. Sometimes it is so bad I literally can't understand what is being said. As though I can't hear well enough to understand.

I've heard it said that some people faint when they do because they are confronted with a situation they don't know how to deal with. For example, a person might faint when confronted with an injury, but after learning first aid, no longer faints and instead treats the injury.

WHen I don't have the.. the what? The data, I guess, to deal with any given emotional situation, I bug out. No doubt about it.

What is normal for you IS normal.

And who is this therapist who uses the term "normal"?? There is no such thing, is there?





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