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Re: A Follow-up

Posted by annierose on February 2, 2011, at 17:31:13

In reply to A Follow-up, posted by Daisym on February 1, 2011, at 19:27:42

Repairing a rupture is perhaps the hardest part of the work we do with our therapists. They stay with us in the struggle and help us work towards a new place - - - may feel different, may feel better or awkward, but I feel in the end, it's a place that growth has occurred and thrives.

It's sometimes a jolt to our system when we hear that our therapists are worried for us, or fearful that we might quit, but I do love how honest he is and always has been with you. It is a real relationship so of course he was worried and concerned and experiencing his own loss.

Your posts are never too long and always appreciated.

I'm so happy that you dug deep within yourself to continue to keep poking at the rupture, kept reminding him that something was off ... it was a long time ... until you got to this new place. The consultation was just the thing you needed to do.




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