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Re: Daisy? My therapist seems excited Daisym

Posted by Dinah on December 8, 2004, at 11:29:27

In reply to Re: Daisy? My therapist seems excited, posted by Daisym on December 8, 2004, at 11:11:57

Perhaps I'm being overly suspicious.

The soothing is what I had thought. I know I used to create an alternate Barbie universe. :)

But he got *so* excited (for him, which isn't all that excited for other people I suppose). And he started using phrases that I know he's used with the idea that at some point I was interrupted in the process of growing and maturing. He never of course uses the actual phrase "growing up" which for me is a loaded one. I don't even know myself what meanings are layered in that phrase. I just know it terrifies me beyond logical thought.

I've set for myself for homework to do a timeline. The years say... 1969 (I'm pretty sure I was ok, unfractured, relatively happy) to 1987, when I know I was pretty much the same way I am now, with special emphasis on 1971-75, which were the important years in question. I'm going to put in outside factors like school changes and when my grades dipped and abentees went up, my brother's adoption, my therapy time, and what other info I can get. And I'll add the dolls and when most of them were purchased.

I'm kind of excited about it, actually. For the first time in a while I'll have something to help me hold on to my therapist between sessions.




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