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Re: How does he help you overcoming these feelings? orchid

Posted by messadivoce on October 14, 2005, at 15:57:15

In reply to Re: How does he help you overcoming these feelings? Tamar, posted by orchid on October 14, 2005, at 15:17:42

I think we have to be extremely sensitive when discussing other people's treatment.

For those of us who care very much about Daisy, it's hard to see her suffer. She doesn't deserve this. It hurts us to see her hurting because she's such a special, wonderful, kindhearted person.

But at the same time, I realize that the things that sometimes happen to us are just terrible. And vocalizing those things, after keeping them hidden for so long, can often be almost as terrible. It hurts, but it is not a hurt without a purpose. We can get better. And we will. Daisy WILL be better. I have every confidence.

I think that if Daisy's T knew a better way, or a different or faster way, he would want to implement that. He cares about Daisy too, after all he sees her quite a bit and I'm sure it hurts him to see her suffering. Daisy trusts him, and with good reason. We need to trust him, and trust Daisy, and just offer her all the support and hugs we can possibly muster. I am confident that Daisy's T is doing what is best. And I think sometimes she may need us to reassure her that we have confidence in both of them.




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