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Re: Annierose's '10' Poet

Posted by annierose on January 12, 2008, at 19:11:18

In reply to Re: Annierose's '10' annierose, posted by Poet on January 12, 2008, at 11:22:45

Thank you for giving her cyber slaps.

I really needed some responses this morning and I smiled when I saw you wrote to me. I was incredibly anxious and depressed.

She told me on the phone, "Try not to think of these feelings as depressing. They have bubbled up to the surface because they need to be acknowledged and tended to." I do understand where this is coming from (luckily). Sometimes when I repeat to my husband what she said that was helpful, he shakes his head in bewilderment, "I'm glad you feel better because I don't get a thing you just told me."

It's a special sort of relationship between our therapist. I don't think a person without going to therapy would understand the level of attachment, trust and $#*&#!! we go through. (Couldn't think of another adjective to describe the emotional push and pull)




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