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Re: What do you need when your T is away

Posted by backseatdriver on July 2, 2008, at 15:52:01

In reply to Re: What do you need when your T is away, posted by Phillipa on July 2, 2008, at 12:30:33

I try to remember to check my meds and be sure to have enough to cover the break. I try to remember how much he cares about me. I think about how I know this for sure -- I know he cares, because I feel like he does. My feelings are reliable sources of knowledge about other people and how *they* feel. This is a big step for me, a lesson I keep learning.

Sometimes, I read books by psychiatrists about psychiatry. Samuel Shem's MOUNT MISERY is a favorite; also novels by Irving Yalom.

I've been holding our last session for ten days now and I'm starting to lose my grip. Good thing we're meeting again early next week. Trying to reframe this feeling of "loss of grip" as well.

I felt the loss this morning, & took double zoloft. Breakfast of champions. Upping the meds a little helps, too, as a last resort.




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