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Posted by Pfinstegg on August 29, 2005, at 0:20:03

In reply to Re: One step foward, however fr*gging many steps back alexandra_k, posted by Damos on August 29, 2005, at 0:06:45

Just jumping in here- I guess insecurity with attachment, or even an avoidant approach to it, is everyone's core problem in their struggles to use therapy to get well. We're all trying to move towards a secure attachment which we can count on, and use to be trustful and loving in our other relationships IRL. And people are accomplishing it all the time. It's just so painful when we haven't gotten there yet, or when we find it for a session or two and then lose it again. I feel convinced that we can all do it- it's part of our human heritage.




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