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Not falling off your wall fallsfall

Posted by littleone on March 12, 2006, at 14:56:39

In reply to Re: Hey, my inside Kid is scared....., posted by fallsfall on March 11, 2006, at 18:51:36

> I do know that it is hard to keep my balance. One thing I do with metaphors that I use is try to see how I can change things within the metaphor to figure out how that would change things in life. For instance, I'm afraid I'll fall off if I walk on the wall, so I can sit down and wait for my therapist to come back - this translates into not pushing myself while he is on vacation. You bring up an interesting change - is there someway that I can make the wall wider, so it is easier to walk on (even temporarily)?

You could put railings on your wall. All high walls have railings or balistrade or something. Or warning signs (this could translate to putting notes in strategic places where you think you might slip). And babble could hold your hand.




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