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Re: Age states and attachment daisym

Posted by thewrite1 on May 25, 2005, at 11:08:03

In reply to Re: Age states and attachment thewrite1, posted by daisym on May 24, 2005, at 23:46:26

I honestly don't know what my youngerself is angry about. I know she has a lot to be angry about, to be sure, but really the anger just consumes me. She's angry with me, too. That's a big part of why I find it so hard to let her out in session. I KNOW how her words make me feel, and I can't stand having her words turn on my T that way. In theory, I know if I let her out and it doesn't destroy our relationship, that will be a good thing. But what if it does? My T has talked to her before, she just didn't know it, or at least I don't think she did. It's like having a maniac inside of me, and constantly trying to drag her back, saying, "Enough. Behave yourself."

Oddly enough, anger is what led me to therapy to begin with. It was more of an outward thing then. Perhaps the two of us were blending and that's what scard me? I don't know, but I should bring that up to my T.

I happy (and also a little envious) of your experiences with your T. He sounds wonderful. My T is wonderful, too. I thought I had built up enough trust in her to talk about anything until this came up. I guess we have a lot more work to do.




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