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Re: At the risk of weirding people out again

Posted by daisym on January 21, 2005, at 0:48:04

In reply to At the risk of weirding people out again, posted by Dinah on January 20, 2005, at 22:42:55

The thing that pops out for me is that "rational" you might get suicidal and calmly work out a plan and not reach out for help. Emotional you made a promise and is connected at a much deeper level to your therapist. I also think that he may want to monitor how much the stress is effecting your willingness to take care of yourself.

The tiny voice is right and somewhere you know this. But I also wonder if emotional you isn't helping to sabotage his concern because of the sharing sessions aspect that crops up.

I'm sorry things are rough at work right now. I think all of you should lean on your therapist, no matter who's out.
Hang in there.




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