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Re: A dependency on your T mair

Posted by bent on February 7, 2005, at 18:38:40

In reply to A dependency on your T, posted by mair on February 7, 2005, at 16:06:55

I agree that for many people you need to be dependent to work through hard/regressive stuff. I dont know about others but to me and in my therapy there is a big difference between dependent and attached. I am not dependent on my T, but I am attached (like superglue). I love my T, I have seen her as my perfect mother, and I have become very attached over the years but I dont feel overly dependent. I know underneath it all I dont NEED my T. I want her but I dont NEED her all the time. I know I could live without her, boy would it be painful, but I could do it. Maybe this is way off the original topic but I always feel more attached than dependent.




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