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Re: Why tears, why now? Why can't I hold them back? happyflower

Posted by Daisym on March 10, 2006, at 23:43:06

In reply to Why tears, why now? Why can't I hold them back?, posted by happyflower on March 10, 2006, at 19:55:37

My therapist would ask why isn't it OK to cry in therapy? What better place to do it? And he would tell you that it is OK for a therapist to see your tears...more than OK, it is necessary sometimes.

Seems to be that you are working hard to let new experiences in. That includes all these feelings, including being sad and crying. I suspect that some of this may be about ending therapy soon. That would make me cry too. And there is a lot of unfinished business about your feelings for your therapist. So of course you are conflicted.

Hang in there. I have lots of tissues to share.

 

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