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Re: An Update - long, mild triggers Poet

Posted by DAisym on September 3, 2008, at 15:31:09

In reply to Re: An Update - long, mild triggers Daisym, posted by Poet on September 2, 2008, at 20:07:29

Speaking as an over-achiever, I never thought I'd be the best of the worst. I'm sure you aren't. From what you've said, your therapist seems to genuinely enjoy you. Everyone goes at their own pace. You are telling her slowly. She accepts your pace. I imagine if I was going once a week, I'd have a much harder time telling him anything. It takes me a day to work up to it, a day to say it, a day to process what I said and the last day to test him and make sure what I told him was OK.

I struggle with this: while what happened wasn't my choosing, remembering and talking about it is. I sometimes wonder if this is another form of self-harm - the pain of remembering over and over again. I guess I should talk about this...

Thanks for the support, as always.

 

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