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Re: How does he help you overcoming these feelings Dinah

Posted by daisym on October 15, 2005, at 22:40:27

In reply to Re: How does he help you overcoming these feelings daisym, posted by Dinah on October 15, 2005, at 7:55:55

I think what happens is that I hear so many opinions that I think I'm doing it wrong. I always think I should work harder, push through, make changes and face the world with a smile. Didn't someone say, "fake it 'til you make it?" We've talked about the shame that comes from being so attached and dependent on a therapist. People just don't get it. Even some of my friends in therapy don't get it. Because they aren't doing therapy the way I am.

But...when I try to imagine doing things in a different way (therapy that is) I don't think it would have worked for me. I would have nodded my head and bolted. In fact, I did!

Which is partly why I'm afraid of seeing a new pdoc. What if they think my therapy is going in the wrong direction? Or worse, what if they outline solutions A, B and C and I can't do these things? My therapist is setting it up, he said he would talk to them ahead of time and make sure we were all on the same page. (He has two in mind, he wants to see which one he can get me into fastest.) I'm not resisting, just fearful. Any advice on pdocs?




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