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Re: T and Mother's Day daisym

Posted by LittleGirlLost on May 4, 2006, at 14:43:48

In reply to Re: T and Mother's Day LittleGirlLost, posted by daisym on May 4, 2006, at 14:20:10

> I think expressing your feelings of warmth and love for another person, in an appropriate way, is a generous sharing of your spirit. It takes courage, but imagine for just a minute you were your therapist. Wouldn't it make you smile to know that you've touched someone's heart in this way? My therapist responds to me all the time, "who wouldn't want to be special?" -- and this includes him.

Wow, Daisy! When you put it that way... I would SO want to know how much I've touched someone!
Can you tell I'm from a family where feelings of warmth or love were never expressed? I would love to be able to tell people how I feel about them... especially when it's positive; yet that seems harder than feeling negative.

> I vote for sending the card. If it was out of bounds with her, she'd have told you the first time you sent one.

Good point! :)

> btw, I think she is lucky to have you as a client.

I need to read this over and over. So very hard to take in.

hugs back to you!




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