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Re: Containing emotion Shortelise

Posted by gardenergirl on February 7, 2005, at 22:26:39

In reply to Re: Containing emotion gardenergirl, posted by Shortelise on February 4, 2005, at 11:50:36

You sound like my T! He talked about trying to step back a bit to observe the emotion and to use it as information, especially during therapy sessions, but also the rest of the time.

And I really need to walk more. I used to complain about how far the parking garage was from my office, but it feels kinda good if I'm not loaded down with stuff and when the air is cool and crisp.

Why is it that the things we know are helpful can be the hardest habits to maintain?





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