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Re: General thoughts on the subject of responsibility susan47

Posted by seldomseen on September 1, 2008, at 6:42:02

In reply to Re: General thoughts on the subject of responsibility seldomseen, posted by susan47 on August 31, 2008, at 23:50:30

I definately think that bad therapy can be repaired. I just think it can be hard to reach a resolution with the former therapist.

As far as being left to fend for yourself, that's a tough one. I can certainly appreciate how hard it is to trust in the first place. Not to mention how hard it would be to trust after a bad therapy experience.

However, there are a lot of people that have chosen to do just that and they post on this board. It's a long road to peace and there are a lot of obstacles on that road, but it can be traveled. It doesn't have to be viewed as a "abandon all hope all ye who enter here" type thing.

Regarding borderline personality, I don't think that is who you are at all. It may be a set of symptoms that you exhibit and need help with, but it's not the core of your person. Who told you that anyway? Was it the same T with whom you had the problems? How credible, in your mind, is that source?

You are a good good person that has been deeply deeply hurt. What I hear under all that hurt is clear voice, trying to get through that says, "I am good enough to get help, I deserve to feel some peace".

I know a lot of of people that have gotten relief with DBT. Is that available to you in your area?





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