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Re: Deja Vu with therapist

Posted by widget on August 25, 2010, at 7:29:32

In reply to Re: Deja Vu with therapist widget, posted by Dinah on August 25, 2010, at 7:08:30

To Dinah, thanks, what you said makes sense. I think I need to talk about this with my therapist. I was interested in what you said about the therapist's unconditional acceptance mimicing love and maybe being love. Can you expound on that? You see, I do think it is a kind of love but one with boundaries that make it confusing and also different from other loves.

What I am learning from these posts, painfully learning, is perhaps how deeply I want this specialness to be given me, now by the therapist, but probably by my father (and mother) originally. A lot of stuff I assumed I knew (intellectuall I did) and accepted are now hitting me over the head with the hugeness of their power; powerful feelings. I am somewhat heartened by these responses which perhaps I was taking the wrong way. Oh, its just hard. Thanks, Widget PS I mean no harm to anyone.




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