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Re: Considering a two-month therapy pause fallsfall

Posted by crushedout on October 11, 2005, at 12:38:07

In reply to Re: Considering a two-month therapy pause crushedout, posted by fallsfall on October 11, 2005, at 6:50:35

Thanks, falls. Your caring, as always, means a lot to me.

I guess you're right that I need support. I think my biggest concern is that I won't go back if I get too distant from her. But the problem is, is that when I do go now, I don't feel much connection to her. And it feels very uncomfortable and not productive at all. And it's a huge amount of money to spend to just fidget and wince.

(I just made that up.)

But I'm coming to the conclusion that some kind of compromise--cutting back but not pausing completely--is probably best for me right now, considering all the factors.

Knowing that your parents help pay for your therapy sometimes really helps! I feel very bad about the idea of asking my parents, because I'm 34 and have been self-sufficient for 12 years. But maybe sometimes one really just needs to ask for help and that's not so bad. They live for that sh*t anyway (my parents, that is). I guess I'm worried that they will worry about me, because I need therapy so much. But they already know I'm in therapy and that's just how it is.




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