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Re: self-comfort littleone

Posted by Shortelise on June 10, 2005, at 12:03:20

In reply to Re: self-comfort, posted by littleone on June 8, 2005, at 16:14:03

Those darned T's and their ideas ... !! :-)

Littleone, I'm glad you are perservering with your T. I don't know why I'm glad, really, except maybe because it seems that when we get to the tender stuff, the stuff that will really help us make changes, we all want to bolt.

The only way I can get to the meat of the matter is to tell my T the stuff that's getting to me. If I were in your shoes, I'd be saying, Hey! You there buddy! Yeah, you with the PhD! You're asking a lot of me here, and this really hurts and I want to run - or smack you (I think I may have a somewhat violent nature as one of the thoughts that always occur to me is to do minor violence to my T. I NEVER, EVER actually would, but it always crosses my mind.)

Dear Littleone, I hope you'll take this last post of yours to your T, too. I wonder if you two need to get some things straight? Like, why does he not comfort you when you need it? Why don't you ask for comfort from him? DOes he think you don't deserve it? Do you think he thinks you don't deserve or need it? Etc.

It makes me feel great that my post, among others, might have helped you. Thanks.






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