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Re: Is there life after psychoanalysis? (trigger)

Posted by sigismund on July 18, 2010, at 1:52:35

In reply to Re: Is there life after psychoanalysis? (trigger), posted by violette on July 17, 2010, at 19:58:27

>I still have a difficult time discussion childhood pain, though better than at first, but seems since I really trusted T, I can now approach him directly and honestly with whatever feelings or concerns arise from our relationship. The discussions about the feelings about the relationship are what lead to discussions about those childhood feelings which produce insights, which leads to change.

I'm meant to be at a party, but the thought itself is depressing and I will only go if I feel obliged enough, but meanwhile, thinking about conversations, I have some of the best conversations at Pilates where we just yack on, in the course of which we talked about anorexia and I surprised myself by saying that I could understand it because when I was 11 I tried to starve myself to death and managed to give myself pneumonia in the process.
Is it really so complicated? Can't you just find people who like you as you are?

That's more addressed to Ralph than to Violette (great post, btw).




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