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Posted by twinleaf on September 8, 2007, at 12:03:07

My new T loves these! He also loves "implicit relational knowing" (Boston Process of Change Study Group phrase- very familiar to Daisy). So we go from as honest talking as possible to silent times, and then back. I find that in the silent times, my feelings can change very rapidly- from fear to sorrow to joy in seconds. He is so good at just being with me in those times, and when we do put the experience we've just had together into some kind of words, if we do that, the words are fragmentary, and often we both end up laughing. I can't imagine how one learns to do this with a patient, because it's essentially non-verbal; you never know when it's going to happen, or WHAT is happening, really. All I can know is that I feel so much better afterwards. HE always looks happy, too! Our right hemispheres at work together?




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