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Re: Why is it so hard to accept my T's care

Posted by rubenstein on November 16, 2006, at 16:50:53

In reply to Re: Why is it so hard to accept my T's care » rubenstein, posted by Daisym on November 15, 2006, at 20:01:21

>Daisy M, You write so elegantly and it was so touching, Thanks for helping me feel better and more able to accept his care
thanks for your thoughtfullness and emphathy

> Trusting completely is something that everyone has a hard time doing. And the losses you've had this year are more than anyone person should have to face. So it makes perfect sense to me that you don't trust the Universe to not take away your therapist also. Random things happen and they hurt, hurt, hurt.
> But your therapist is strong and he takes good care of himself. He cares about you and he has shown it in many ways. Let yourself take in his caring and try not to project two years, or four years or ten years into the future. Just accept it now and let him help you feel better. That way you don't have to keep wondering if it is trustworthy -- it just is. He cares about you. Period.
> Therapy *is* hard. Super hard. You are brave to keep putting yourself out there. No worries about being absent. You have a lot going on.
> love and hugs,
> Daisy




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