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Re: Would other people's therapists do better? happyflower

Posted by Dinah on June 10, 2005, at 19:41:48

In reply to Re: Would other people's therapists do better?, posted by happyflower on June 10, 2005, at 19:34:27

I know it's a form of dissociation. I'm very good at that coping mechanism. But this time I was trying to break it down and find out what was happening, why, and how I could control it better.

I mean, sometimes I like it, and it's effects. But this time I really didn't intend to do it, or want to do it, or even understand why I was so upset as to do it.

I just didn't feel like he was able to help me much with that. And he has told me in the past that he has a fairly extensive background in the area.

Now... The neurologist who thinks I have narcolepsy might somehow tie the experience into that. :) He seems to tie all my experiences to narcolepsy. lol.




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