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Re: Is avoidance really so bad? Dinah

Posted by Poet on September 6, 2007, at 11:21:27

In reply to Is avoidance really so bad?, posted by Dinah on September 6, 2007, at 9:38:28

Hi Dinah,

I don't think its as much avoidance as acceptance. I think that you have accepted the changes after Katrina much better than your T has so you don't want to bring things up because you know it might bother him. Though if you need to talk about something you should be able to, but that is easier said than done. Why do we put our T's feelings first? Hmm, that might lead to the longest thread in babble history.

Maybe you could tell your T that you want to talk about things, but have avoided it because he was more effected by Katrina than you were? I know easier said than done.





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