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Re: Age states and attachment daisym

Posted by cricket on May 24, 2005, at 16:38:29

In reply to Age states and attachment, posted by daisym on May 24, 2005, at 0:46:22

Hi Daisy,

I guess I have something similar although mine aren't just kids but adults too and they are fairly personified - they have names and ages and definite likes and dislikes and different areas of my life that different ones function in.

Is yours similar to this? Or is it just a younger/older self each with its own set of needs? Were you aware of them before therapy?

I know that you are far ahead of me in therapy with what sounds like a much better therapist but I certainly can relate to your feelings of lonliness and isolation. No one (except maybe a little here at Babble) and that includes my T knows about much of what goes on inside of me. I hope it all works out for you.




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