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Re: A cloud has lifted (very long and rambling...) » antigua3

Posted by JoniS on September 5, 2007, at 23:19:51

In reply to A cloud has lifted (very long and rambling...), posted by antigua3 on September 2, 2007, at 23:40:36


I really enjoyed reading your post. It all made sense to me and I could relate to it. I think you are another one of those Babblers who have the gift or talent or skill (or all) to express yourself clearly, in a way that is easy to understand and maybe even feel some of what you feel.

It's funny, I was just thinking, as I was driving home tonight, about how much my T means to me, it is indescribable. One thing I know is that I have spent some of my most wonderful hours of my life in that therapy session. That probably sounds bizarre, especially to anyone who hasn't been in therapy. Even though I'm feeling a little less dependent on my T, he still means so very much to me. You descibe what I'm feeling so much better than me, I love this part:

"...Strange, rambling post, I know. But the thread about the moments we experience with our Ts that bring us so close to them (and yes, even my pdoc) reminds me that this wonderful feeling, for me anyway, is almost indescribable and at times surpasses reason or explanation. It just happens. It’s pure emotion and all the time we spend analyzing, obsessing, and the deep, deep pain that we all feel at times—all of these things have meaning and maybe peace can be found, or at least at times our understanding of ourselves or our pasts can be accommodated to soothe our unquieted souls..."

I want more of that - soothing our unquieted souls...

Thanks for your post :-)





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