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Re: CBT etc dogmata FredPotter

Posted by corafree on November 17, 2006, at 14:51:43 [reposted on November 18, 2006, at 18:57:18 | original URL]

In reply to CBT etc dogmata, posted by FredPotter on November 15, 2006, at 22:19:34

> Another dogma seems to be that you can't be anxious in a relaxed body. Anyone who has woken with sleep paralysis knows this isn't true. Paralysis is about as relaxed as you can get. Also a pdoc said meditation may not be a good idea for panic disorder people as letting go and relaxing can trigger panic. I sighed gratefully when he said this. At last someone understands!<
You know I've been thinkin' this morn' a little about OCD and GAD, and that they may run concomittantly.

I've never been labeled OCD, but I do have some of the symptoms.

If I was paralyzed ... I'd panic to high heaven if I couldn't straighten that picture on the wall or make my kitchen sparkling clean or make a phone call before I got an overdue bill, etc.!

Did I ask you if you'd ever had CBT? I'm thinking you have becuz' of the 'dogmas'.

DBT may be a bit better in that you are allowed to feel your anxiety/depression/whatever. It is validated.





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