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Re: Yesterday a part came in therapy:( Dinah

Posted by kerria on August 25, 2005, at 1:15:01

In reply to Re: Yesterday a part came in therapy:( kerria, posted by Dinah on August 24, 2005, at 21:29:59

my T becomes defensive of himself- and the way that he treats me in therapy. The trauma model (about communication) is all he knows that works and if a patient dies because they can't live with that he acts as if he doesn't care.

The method is greater and more value than the patient.

It's Not patient-centered therapy at all.

For me, it's so horrific to live as separated parts. i would choose to communicate if i could. Up until now attempts at communication have driven me to feel s. and if that happened it wouldn't be so good for my kids.

i wish T would come up with creative ways to help communication instead of announcing the deeds of parts when contrary parts are out- which only intensifies internal conflict/ and hated between parts. It would also help if he was a lot less arbitrary and stopped giving me the thought that he thinks i'm not going to make it. He isn't kind. i can sit and use a half box of tissues and he would not be affected. It's eerie. It makes me feel like an alein- that he stopped thinking i was another human like he was. (God forbid).

i hate going to therapy. It's horrible to struggle to communicate with parts and take on their pain when your T acts so unaffirming and make you feel so alone in your pain. Pain is a horrible thing to have to have alone.




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