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Re: Rage, transparent dreams, etc... **triggers**? LegWarmers

Posted by fairywings on March 8, 2006, at 13:50:01

In reply to Re: Rage, transparent dreams, etc... **triggers**? fairywings, posted by LegWarmers on March 8, 2006, at 13:09:09

> Yup Ive done that, it sounds like stress and feeling overwhelmed and like something is brewing on the surface.

**you and I are so the same, it's scary, ya know?

> And painful experiences can't always come out in words the way we want them too. We have too many thoughts in therapy that there is nothing wrong with not processing it right then.

**Yeah, all my thoughts get so jumbled up, I can't process things as they come up.

> I never have had an experience that I feared I might have. Its more built up in our heads, you know?

**Yeah, I do that all the time.

>>Its embarrassing to us, but to a T they see it differnetly, they understand and process it differently. they hear very embarrassing stories regularly.

**Don't you ever wish you knew just how embarrassing your stuff REALLY is though? And what's REALLY going through their mind when they hear it?

>Ts are not supposed to be people who judge, and most do not. they are hired to help someone fix something.

**Yeah, mine's not at all, so i don't know why it's so hard to say stuff.

>>They care more about today, more about who you are today, even most 'people' care more about who we are today, not then, not when, not because, not last year, today.

**Boy I wish I could internalize THIS message. This is the one that really holds me back from relationships - worrying that ppl care about my past.

>am I making sense lol
> Sorry I got a little lost in my writing ; )

*You are, you always do to me LW. Thanks for always caring.

> it will feel better, it will.

thanks lw, you're awesome.




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