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Re: He told me Annierose

Posted by All Done on October 20, 2005, at 16:43:36

In reply to Re: He told me All Done, posted by Annierose on October 20, 2005, at 6:35:50

> (((((Laurie)))))))))
> I'm sorry that you didn't feel any better after your session. Some sessions are like that, it intensifies all of our feelings, leaving us holding onto them until next time. Sometimes, a good night of sleep will help, others, a brisk walk. The Fall colors are so breath-taking this week.

I was really hoping some rest would help, but, unfortunately, I still feel pretty lousy. (And my day at work was not very helpful, either.)

> The feeling of wanting to be taken care of is familiar to me as well. As a mother, we are always taking care of everyone; it's exhausting. Why can't my husband clean out the kid's closets for a change, or sort through their toys?

My T talked to me a bit about this, too. But whenever he starts talking about the fact that I'm a mom, working out of the home, and trying to take care of my family and house all at the same time, I start to roll my eyes at him. I'm not exactly sure why, but it feels sort of like he's making excuses for me or something. Other women can handle these responsibilities without freaking out.

> Your T certainly wanted to help you feel better. He cares about you. Instead of worry, maybe he was feeling concerned. A week from Saturday does seem like a long time from now. Try to keep yourself busy in the meantime.
> Annie

Maybe he *was* feeling concerned. I like thinking about it that way instead of thinking he was worried. Thank you for that.




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