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Re: Deja Vu with therapist widget

Posted by sigismund on August 25, 2010, at 22:14:28

In reply to Re: Deja Vu with therapist, posted by widget on August 25, 2010, at 4:20:39

I think I was just trying to head off poetential conflict at the pass.
I had what you said here in mind though
>And, you do not know all the circumstances around his leaving when I was in the middle of the disorienting PTSD incident which did unhinge me.

You are probably doing what you should. Any person, well most people, it's how we are designed, lacking something like this will try by every means at their disposal to solve the problem with which they were faced as a child. So you are trying to do this with your T? Good. That is, in my view, relaxing into the therapy process rather than operating from a perspective about how you should be acting....which is what therapists try to get their patients to do (except in CBT?).
You could argue (well, you can argue anything) that an intellectual idea about what you should be doing is a defence against what you are doing naturally.
This is not perhaps a respectable argument, but then I just made it up :)




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