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Re: Deja Vu with therapist

Posted by emmanuel98 on August 24, 2010, at 5:14:47

In reply to Deja Vu with therapist, posted by widget on August 24, 2010, at 2:48:44

Ataching to a T and imagining that they will give you the unconditional love you missed as a chold is probably the most common feeling psychdynamic therapy.

The goal, painful as it may seem, is to reparent yourself and come to realize that your T is not your father and cannot really give you wnat you lost. Part of the work of therapy is to accept this (it doesn't happen obernight) amd learn what you yearn for ane gradually learnx to gove yourself these things.. Its hard and painful and reqires you to remain trusting and open and allow yourself to feel dependent on someone more powerful in the relationship tham you are. if yo keep wanting to flee the relationship or are undome by his going away (reasonably for a family obligation),then you are fleeing the harc work of herapy.. Your T is not and will not becomde your friend, paremt. lover, no matter what you do or don'r do. You need to werk throgh this and accept this so you can nderstand better, through his uncondtional acceptane, what it is you're rea;;y striving for in your adult life




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