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Re: Embracing the pernicious inner voice Solstice

Posted by annierose on October 9, 2011, at 16:51:45

In reply to Re: Embracing the pernicious inner voice, posted by Solstice on October 9, 2011, at 9:37:07

I agree ... that is feeling deeply cared for. And I do feel cared by and even loved (at times) by my t (in an appropriate use of the word love). She would say I go in kicking and screaming half the time (not by actions, just an unwillingness to be vulnerable). I think I do have care and need intertwined as well ... I'll have to give this more thought.

I will say - overtime - I do feel more and more loving feelings towards my therapist and from her. Which is a huge shift for me in my work with her.

How long have you been seeing your therapist? In this current go-around, I am approaching year 8 - so hard to believe - where did all the time go?




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