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Re: emotional detached

Posted by jouezmoi on June 2, 2009, at 20:16:53

In reply to emotional detached, posted by quickman on June 2, 2009, at 15:23:40

Any professional opinions? Hmmmm. Any professinals on the board?

I think that emotional detachment is really your well developed mechanism for controlling what may possibly be your very intense emotions. You may actually be an intensely emotional person, and you have practised controlling them over the years to save yourself intense pain. But, at the cost of intense happiness. This can be fixed through several aggressive therapeutic methods, except that you will have to go through that period where all those intense emotions surface. This can be a very painful, scary and de-stabilising experience, and unless you commit to remaining in therapy, and unless you have a very experienced, committed and skillful therapist, you may very well end up worse off (some have ended up with a nervous breakdown and serious psychotic eposides from a mismanged or aborted course). Don't open the pandora's box unless you are prepared to deal with and resolve its contents.




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