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Re: Jammer, how's it going? jammerlich

Posted by annierose on July 11, 2007, at 23:18:00

In reply to Re: Jammer, how's it going? TherapyGirl, posted by jammerlich on July 11, 2007, at 17:46:56

>>detailed things are screaming in my head<<

that happens to me all the time and I will say, "can't you hear all the screaming inside my head?" ... it's says a lot without going into the details ... and it usually prompts a series of questions (from her) that ultimately help me figure out what the screams are trying to say.

I'm glad that your therapist is actively listening and responding to your needs. Yes it can be scary, but over time, you'll be more comfortable with asking and receiving things you want/need in a relationship.

After a long break, I understand why you would want to substain a silence. Your silence is telling her how much you missed her, how you had to be silent over that period of time and maybe how angry that she/he even left.

 

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