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Re: Have you ever talked about religion in therapy? happyflower

Posted by Jazzed on June 10, 2005, at 18:23:33

In reply to Have you ever talked about religion in therapy?, posted by happyflower on June 10, 2005, at 17:23:31

Hi Happy,

Maybe you could ask your T if there are any subjects he's uncomfortable discussing with you, but like Dinah said it's about you, and what you need to discuss. I would think it comes up as often as sex. If he's religious, I'd think he'd welcome your questions, esp. if you told him you felt "like an outcast". I can't imagine that anyone with any faith would want you to feel that way. Your T wouldn't want to influence you, I"m sure, but talking it through is different.

If religion is something you feel the need for in your life, maybe you could do something to cultivate it. Maybe find where you fit/feel comfortable, and go for it. I think people come to it at all points in their lives. And, about personal feelings, sometimes I feel it's beyond my control. My feelings are sometimes really strong, and then they fade a bit, and then they aren't there much at all, and then they ....... I don't know why, but I have a guess there's a reason for that, though it's beyond me why.

How's that for talking in circles?!




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