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s'mores triggers rskontos

Posted by llurpsienoodle on November 7, 2007, at 15:19:36

In reply to Re: My T DON'T run?!!! I need babble...**triggery**, posted by rskontos on November 7, 2007, at 14:43:29

I can think of a couple things. pick your poison
1) you are testing her limits, hoping that she will dump you, or at least dump the part of you (the angry one? sorry I'm bad at learning names) that you are having a hard time integrating
2) PMS
3) you are having a hard time right now, unrelated to therapy, and it spills over into therapy land.
4) getting too close to the root of it all. it defends itself
5) part of you resents that she is recommending medication. After all, you should be able to figure everything out on your own, right? It signals the end of her expertise and it scares you that she cannot be everything to you.
6) the end of my llurpsielist

filth? did someone say filth? hmmmm. I dunno about that. How about you and I go build a nice big bonfire on a cool night and make s'mores. You're not filthy at all. pass me a marshmallow. Your hands are clean enough to break off a square of chocolate. Hey, can you get the graham cracker ready. these s'mores take 4 hands.

I NEVER make s'mores with filthy folks. Let's just say that you're toughing it through the tough times, and you will emerge a little cleansed. doesn't mean you're filthy inside, though, just a little mixed up. your marshmallow got a little too crispy. it's okay, we can start over. mmmm crackling wood... mesmerizing flames

you're gonna be okay. I just have this feeling ;)





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