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Aaarrgh! Does therapy have to be so hard?

Posted by annierose on August 24, 2005, at 8:07:12

That is the question I ponder. I think I've falled in this deep abyss. After I shared my dream, I feel so vulnerable, so naked and it's too painful to go into that room and expose myself again.

My T told me this is hard. I told her that I felt I was a stranger to her (all of a sudden). She reflected that this is how I must of felt as a child to my mother. Imagine your first important relationship, your mother, and she doesn't know who you are, how to love you, indifferent. That my T was here for me. I quickly added, I'm here too, coming 3x per week. I do want to feel better.

Why does it suddenly feel so different? On top of therapy stress, my husband's brothers family is in town till Sunday, with one extended family event after another, and I already want to SCREAM, and run for cover. My mother-in-law is driving me NUTS.

Can camp comfort provide a safe hiding spot from real life and therapy?




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