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Re: Is avoidance really so bad? Racer

Posted by Dinah on September 6, 2007, at 13:18:21

In reply to Re: Is avoidance really so bad? Dinah, posted by Racer on September 6, 2007, at 12:45:36

Yeah, it does make sense. It kind of stinks though. Festering under the surface is a lot of anger, and it would help to let that anger out in bits during therapy.

This is one of those times an adjunct therapist would be useful, I think. An out of area, detached, adjunct therapist. Someone who I didn't have to feel guilty about. Where I didn't have to put all the fine print disclaimers.

Which is, I guess, the benefits of therapy and why it wouldn't work without all those barriers we hate.

 

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