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Re: Attachment and loss...possible trigger annierose

Posted by gardenergirl on August 25, 2005, at 21:54:14

In reply to Re: Attachment and loss...possible trigger gardenergirl, posted by annierose on August 24, 2005, at 21:55:08

> > I didn't know what my "aarrggh" meant, but maybe you're right, it feels like that are pulling back.

Yeah, he thought it was interesting that I experienced it that way. Makes me feel like a little child. >

> I'm glad you're back from your trip. I hope it was productive. Sorry that you're in the abyss with me. I'm hoping to buy a flashlight soon. I want to crawl my way towards the sunlight.

It was a very good trip, and I felt really really good while I was there. Very free and authentic. I want to feel like that here, too. Maybe we need mining helmuts so we can have our hands free to sip Starbucks while we climb?
> Do you have another year before you graduate? Is that why you are thinking about shedding therapy? It's unfortunate the university T's have a limited time frame, but understandable, as you are one too. You understand it from both perspectives. It's hard!

Yeah. I have another year, but that's hopefully it. And at first I thought I would go as long as I could. But now I feel like that won't be necessary. Which would be good. But it makes me sad.
> When your T said "it's hard for the therapist too", I think he was referring to losing you as a client one day. That was very sweet. I like him. And it's okay to be a royal pain, sometimes, they are too!

Thanks, that's how I'm interpreting it, too. Sometimes he just tosses these little moments in, and if I were not really listening, I would miss them. Which would be a tragedy.

Thanks for support,




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