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Re: Sorting out my session today Daisym

Posted by annierose on November 20, 2007, at 17:44:47

In reply to Re: Sorting out my session today, posted by Daisym on November 19, 2007, at 23:42:19

I love your t and how he holds onto you. He puts up a fight even when a part of you wants to surrender. And his lifesaver ideas are right up my alley!! In order ... wine, chocolate, pumpkin cheesecake and sleep (un-interrupted).

In my big family, with an alcoholic sibling, an emotionally empty mother, getting attention was non-existent. I learned to fend for myself and pretended to need nothing from nobody. This is the wall my therapist is trying to penetrate. She wants me to need her, to depend upon her. And I'm kicking and screaming, "Yes, no, come here, go away, back off, I hate you, I love you." I'm such a lovely client these days.

And then I come home to two young children that do need their mother. This is so hard.




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