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Re: wasting time in therapy and my Nerves and Frustrat

Posted by seldomseen on November 7, 2007, at 13:25:34

In reply to wasting time in therapy and my Nerves and Frustrat, posted by happyflower on November 6, 2007, at 16:47:59

I'm not sure if there is any such thing as wasted time in therapy. ALthough, I have had some sessions that felt wasted, they turned out to be good ones, because the work was done outside of the office.

I would definately recommend that you stay in therapy. Not every session os going to be a home run, and things often get worse before they get better. It just appears to me that you are beginning to understand and process what happened to you as a child and what is going on with you right now.

I would stick with it - it's much better on the other side.

In fact, my mom came down when I was sick and just left yesterday. Of course, we have both been in therapy for years, but it was soooooo nice to be with her. Will this last? No. She's bipolar. But it was nice, just for this brief time and it never would have happened were it not for therapy.

As far as playing music, you seem to really enjoy that and stagefright is a fear that can be conquered. I would stick it out.





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