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Re: When you react with pain to your T Racer

Posted by gardenergirl on October 18, 2005, at 23:12:32

In reply to When you react with pain to your T, posted by Racer on October 18, 2005, at 14:09:07

Way to steal our thunder by telling us you already talked about it! :)

I think that word, "unbelievable" is a tough word. Because it does communicate that something extraordinary happened. And I don't think most of want to believe that what happened to you with that agency from (warm climate with pointy eared leader) could do that. But I also get that it triggers the "no one believes me so I must be mistaken, etc" thing.

I'm glad you talked about it. Maybe it needs a bit more time to process in next session?

And about dealing with the pain...well...I'm a crier. I just fight the sobs, and get that tight throat and chest feeling. Maybe because I've cried my way through countless sessions with my T by now (lord, I dont' even want to think about the Kleenex bill!), it's not so hard to let it come into the room?

Take care. It's good that this stuff happens in session, too, so you can deal with it with good support and good boundaries. Even though it hurts. :(





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