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Re: Agonizing over T Relationships Dinah

Posted by MissK on January 13, 2008, at 20:38:54

In reply to Re: Agonizing over T Relationships twinleaf, posted by Dinah on January 13, 2008, at 16:30:26

>I think I am living proof. And the weird thing was that the changes started coming all at once, rather than a bit at a time. I see that with kids too. It's not a linear progression. Something just comes together, some neuronal connection is made or something, and poof.

Hi Dinah,

I appreciate your posts and will make some short comments to some of your other posts. I just wanted to say the above really stood out for me. I am actually going through this. It seems in the last two weeks or so I've been having the same thing happen to me in terms of recovery. It seems like 'poof' something has happened and I've noticed remarkable improvements in my recovery. I can't explain it either and tried to tell my T at my last session last week but couldn't really explain it. After feeling so debilitated for so long it is amazing how things seem to be healing up. You say it wonderfully here.

> I'm so happy over something that wouldn't have been that exciting to most people. I'm sure "real" people hear that sort of thing all the time. I just never thought of myself as real, you know? For nearly all my life, I've seen myself as some sort of alien with my nose pressed up to the window of the rest of the human race.

Well, whatever it is I am glad to read you are so happy with it, and I can relate to the excitement of wanting to share something with your T. And I am equally glad you don't feel anymore as an alien with your nose pressed up to the window.




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