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Re: session

Posted by annierose on January 25, 2011, at 9:11:08

In reply to Re: session Annabelle Smith, posted by Solstice on January 25, 2011, at 6:29:22

I agree with the other posters. As only outsiders, we read the distress and pain that envelopes you. And you say things like, "I can't live this way". If medication can provide some relief so you are able to be more productive in therapy, there is no harm done, only more hope for healing.

We all say this but it's true, you wouldn't deny yourself an antibiotic if you had an infection. Or insulin. There is no shame in medication.

You hold back from sharing with your therapist how much pain you are in between sessions. HE doesn't know that agony you deal with every single day.




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