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You'll be okay Kerria :)

Posted by cassie17 on November 16, 2006, at 13:12:07

In reply to Re: Well, I'm not rejecting you Kerria, cassie17, posted by kerria on November 16, 2006, at 12:33:19

People do care about you, Kerria, and your family LOVES you.
I'm glad to be able to get the chance to understand you better, thank you for sharing that with me. I wouldn't be angry at all, just wanted to tell you what I think was happening with the other forum posts. I hope that you do not mind that I wrote you, and I hope that it didn't frighten you that I wrote you in a different place, I was actually worried about you, especially when I saw that that M+M had been (unfairly) closed, and I was so glad to catch your post here by such coincidence.

I think this new T might be able to help you in ways that the old T couldn't. He'll have a new fresh perspective. I don't know much or really anything about parts, but it sounds like the old T was taking too long to find the strong parts of you, and that was just keeping you from getting stronger. Breaking you down to build you back up may not be the best way for a T to help right now.

Have you ever considered working with a woman T? I know its taken so long to find a good new T, that the thought of continuing to look around for a woman is probably really scary, but I know for myself, I always felt safer working with a woman, and I wonder if some of your parts might be more comfortable with a woman to talk to? I could open up to my T more than I ever could have opened up to a man.
You'll make it through this, Kerria. You've already survived so much. You really will make it through this. I wonder if you have any hobbies you like to do?

For me, my knitting has been a lifesaver at times because when I feel dark and sad I can work with bright colors and make something pretty. And even on days when I was too sad to focus on something I could flip through a knitting book and feel a little better.

Meg


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