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Re: coming apart - trigger DAisym

Posted by gardenergirl on September 14, 2007, at 9:53:57

In reply to coming apart - trigger, posted by DAisym on September 14, 2007, at 1:36:13

Oh sweetie. I'm so glad you came here to tell us. You sound so angry. Frightened. Wounded. No wonder you're screaming. It sounds all consuming right now, but you're not solely a scream. The scream doesn't own you. There's much more of you there, and it's been getting bigger and bigger as you grow and heal. And that will continue til that scream is a small residue.

If I could and it were okay, I'd come over, draw you a bath, pour you a glass of wine, and go make you some COW just the way you like it. When you got out wrapped in a big fluffy robe, I'd brush your hair while you eat your COW and assure you that no one and nothing will ever hurt you like that again. I won't let it.

In fact, just this a.m. I "sprayed" my husband with anti-stress teflon. :) He's getting stressed about work and preparing for our vacation. Of course he has no way of knowing whether it was actually the "teflon" or leftover from childhood "cootie spray". ;)

Do whatever you need to do to take care of yourself, dear. And please let me know how I can help.

Love,
gg

 

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