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Re: Coming to terms with CSA - TRIGGER THREAD emily99

Posted by antigua3 on October 28, 2007, at 7:57:42

In reply to Re: Coming to terms with CSA - TRIGGER THREAD DAisym, posted by emily99 on October 26, 2007, at 22:17:27

"I've always had an unrealistic love and devotion to my father, which just didn't fit into reality."

That's me to a fault, and that's what I'm working so hard on right now. I'm only speaking for myself, but I have had a really hard time with this issue. It has blocked everything for me, and it can still throw me into complete denial.

so be careful, and go slow. Be kind to yourself and lean on others when you have to. It's hard sometimes because nobody else in my life has that view of my father and I've defended it almost my entire life. That's what T's and friends--even babblers!--are for. Talk about it with people you trust.

Just recognizing, and hopefully accepting it is huge. I'm really proud of you.




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