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yikes Dinah

Posted by Shortelise on December 4, 2004, at 13:02:07

In reply to Re: I don't believe my therapist Shortelise, posted by Dinah on December 3, 2004, at 21:12:42

Dinah, the idea of regressing in certain situations is a new one to me, and an important one.

I think this may be what my therapist calls a "trap door". Something that unexpectedly opens up beneath my feet and I fall.

Thanks for this concept - it enriches my understanding of it, as you might see by the thread I just started.

And btw, I like people who are a "bit off". In fact, I think most people are. But the interesting people in the world all are a little "off". That's where the "normal" thing is silly.

I get so mad at my T when he lets me down. I count on him to get it. And there are times when I don't want to have to explain, and that's childish of me I know, but just to be understood when I need very much to be understood is priceless. And he does it often.

ShortE


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