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Re: Useful psych books *trigger* Dinah

Posted by littleone on December 18, 2004, at 16:48:22

In reply to Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books Dinah, posted by Dinah on December 17, 2004, at 16:15:12


The book you quote is an excellent one. It didn't help me stop cutting as such, but it did help to normalise it and helped me understand the why's a bit better.

I tried leaving it lying around the house in the hopes that my husband would pick it up and try to understand why I do it, but no such luck :(

I can really relate to what you say about being disappointed that your own T doesn't live up to the authoring T. But I tend to do the opposite. When my T falls short, I gobble up Yalom's books in the hopes that he can give me what I need instead.




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