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Re: How therapists think or feel (trigger) daisym

Posted by Annierose on October 9, 2005, at 7:28:18

In reply to How therapists think or feel (trigger), posted by daisym on October 8, 2005, at 20:26:17

I hope you called Fallsfall last night. I am sorry you are hurting so much right now. You are so worth this fight!

You do have the answer Daisy. It's the hard work you are now doing in therapy. It's all muddled under years of abuse, pain and life. You and your T will find it together.

I think I remember that you stopped taking some meds because of the side affects (sorry if I got that wrong). But maybe you need to try another medication. Give some ADs a chance to help you through this process, to lessen the burden on your brain.

I love Falls post to you on the previous thread. Please re-read it daily. And to quote another babbler friend of yours, you are so worth love.

Don't worry about your therapist. He will take care of his own emotions. His job is to worry about YOU and help you through this journey.




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