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Re: Blurting -- trigger

Posted by Annierose on October 31, 2007, at 15:18:24

In reply to Re: Blurting -- trigger, posted by Daisym on October 31, 2007, at 0:14:50

>>But the main thing that keeps coming up is outrage over the things that were done to me.

And that's exactly where you need to be right now in this journey. It's scary to feel all this anger and, I think, a need express the rage that has been swelling inside. Your therapist is reminding you that he can help be a container for it.

Of course you worry that you will scare him away. I have felt that with my own t. But your relationship has been built on a solid foundation. He knows how loving and caring you are. He knows the sarcastic commentary is not about him. It's directed at x,y.z.

I'm glad you are thinking about those lonely feelings and wondering if it's okay to start testing the waters. And coffee and conversation can be just that .... try not to think ahead to more intimate situations. Baby steps. Opening yourself up to the possibility of dating is just one of many first steps.

"The lashing out is at some unknown force." --- Your psyche is a powerful force to be reckoned with. The unknown force is what happened to you and it's perfectly appropriate for these feelings to be coming up. They have been quiet for too long.

Thinking of you,




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