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Re: I don't believe my therapist

Posted by gardenergirl on December 4, 2004, at 21:57:27

In reply to Re: I don't believe my therapist, posted by multitask on December 4, 2004, at 13:31:14

I've been thinking about your post, and I'm not sure what my own experience is like. I tend to cry when I get angry, something I hate hate hate. I suppose it does interfere with my ability to process the details of what is going on, but I think I do tend to get the gist of it. But then I might be more likely to repress the emotion, especially the hurt that often underlies anger, so maybe by keeping my attention on the details, this helps me not feel the hurt?

Just some thoughts. But we all do this in our own way. Your T's use of the word "normal" is interesting. I'm with those who look at "normal" as what's normal for the individual. Then, a deviation from that idea of normal is interesting. Cause we're all so different, "normal" and "average" become kind of meaningless.





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