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Re: why such a sad Noodle? LlurpsieNoodle

Posted by muffled on September 14, 2007, at 22:18:29

In reply to why such a sad Noodle? B2chica, posted by LlurpsieNoodle on September 14, 2007, at 21:05:35

> I don't know why I should feel SOOOO sad. T mentioned that maybe I don't need 2 hours a week. Maybe I only need one. Reading gg's post below, it seems like I will have to go through termination all over again. So I had a pretty good August... I guess I'm stabilified enough to reduce my sessions? I was really looking forward to a time when I could settle down into regular t-time and get some work done. I have been making a lot of room in my life for therapy.

*My T would say I am extrapolating. I take some innocuous remark on her part and RUN with in in my head, generally in a negative way, and proceed to beat myself with it...
Could it be you are running with this comment he made , as I have a tendancy to do?
Or , like me, are you kinda uncomfortable with the thot of being 'well' cuz then ....welll...guess its alotta stuff, partly just unfamiliarity, or mebbe people will expect too much? I dunno....

> To add to the sadness, h is away on business and I'm all alone with my yarn stash (it just doubled) and the cat. I feel utterly abandoned. I don't even want to go anymore. I feel like I've been punished somehow. Oedipus retches. But wait! even if I haven't been punished, I can still punish myself, can't I?

**Dudettte, NO punishment requiered. WHAT did you do wrong in all honesty? NOTHING. You are NOT rejected.
Try and hang on to these true things if you can.
Take good care of Llurpy.




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