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Re: I'm around

Posted by annierose on May 16, 2006, at 19:59:32

In reply to Re: I'm around Dinah, posted by Pfinstegg on May 16, 2006, at 18:44:40

Dinah -

Please don't isolate yourself. We are here to listen to you a million times if need be.

I think Phinstegg is correct in that you will always have a special relationship with your T. You will carry him inside your heart and you will smile a knowing smile when something reminds you of him --- and you can have that conversation within yourself of what he would say and how you would reply. And you will make a point to see him from time to time in person. It won't be regular therapy, but it might help you with the transition to your new home and the beginnings of your fresh start.

I hope in time, you will open yourself to the possibilities of a new therapist. He or she will never be "your T" but you might surprise yourself in building a new leg to that stool of yours. It might be a different shape, maybe not as strong, but strong enough to support you, maybe a different texture and not as smooth. You are a wise consumer of therapy. You will know who is just right, or just right enough for now.

I am excited for the new start you are giving your son --- it's a real gift from a broken heart. He needs to live in a city that is vibrant, a school that will nuture him and you and your husband. I know he will be okay. But it won't be instant. He'll need time to adjust too.

I am here for you. Let me know how I can help.

Annie

 

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