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Re: llrrrpp and LarH Larry Hoover

Posted by madeline on May 10, 2006, at 17:50:16

In reply to Re: llrrrpp and LarH llrrrpp, posted by Larry Hoover on May 10, 2006, at 14:25:07

I also think that the relationship that you form with your therapist helps to alleviate depression.

Evolutionarily, I think we are hard wired to bond with people and for a lot of us, those bonds didn't form correctly or were interrupted etc...

Loneliness is so common in depression.

When we begin to relate with our T's, then I really think that there is a physiological response that sort of "soothes and stimulates" our brain, because that relation is such a natural thing for humans to do.

I think this is why the drugs and the therapy work so well together, the physiology, psychology and pharmacology all come into synch.




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