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Re: Daisy - Question for you

Posted by daisym on June 5, 2005, at 22:23:20

In reply to Re: Daisy - Question for you Daisym, posted by pinkeye on June 5, 2005, at 19:55:56

I think I understand what you are saying about logic and emotions not being very compatible. But I don't flip back and forth very easily, except in therapy and in the middle of the night.

I can relate to laughing and crying at the same time. I think this is a hallmark sign of depression. You feel so bad most of the time, when an emotions like laughter gets through, so do the tears. I'm sure it is hard on your husband to not know how to help you.

I'm glad your new therapist is helping and learning to understand you. It will take time but I think you have so much insight to yourself that you can get through this.

And btw, my therapist isn't perfect, really. He has hurt my feelings, sometimes he pushes too far or he misunderstands things. But I think he is always willing to look at these things and work to get through them. I think the flaw in this kind of therapy is the time it takes. It is so tempting to switch to CBT to shut down the memories and to get on with life.

Hang in there.




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