Psycho-Babble Psychology Thread 455919

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Therapists: not like taking your car to mechanic..

Posted by 64bowtie on February 10, 2005, at 14:08:11

...or taking a broken watch in to be repaired ...or an old pair of shoes to be resoled. Our feelings can't be fixed. Let me say that again! Our feelings can't be fixed.

Therapy is an inside job!!!

Who actually helps and who they are and where they came from and what they eat for breakfast is not as important as the results. The prize, (to keep our eyes on) is wellness. Wellness is our operating in harmony and appropriateness within our surroundings in real time. Wellness can't be faked by changing our feelings. Feelings are only part of the puzzle.

For example:
1. Is there someone out there we can call well?
2. Who is the well-est person you can think of?
3. Can we see wellness, and go for 'IT'?
4. Who is the best suited person to help us get there?

I genuinely have no personal agenda for my own sake or gratification. I do know that it took me a 20 year trek through the crocodile and pirahna infested waters of my feelings, to my 'BIG and INSTANTANEOUS AHAAH!' Now, and for the past 16 years or so, I've been learning what it was, in fewer and fewer words. I am here learning fewer and fewer words....

Anyone toooo new to know me and what I've been saying all along, e - mail me: dr10day-deskof at y a h o o dot c o m, and I'll send you a 'wordy' roadmap of how to paruse my postings here at Babble.

Rod

 

Re: Therapists: not like taking your car to mechanic.. 64bowtie

Posted by Susan47 on February 10, 2005, at 14:45:29

In reply to Therapists: not like taking your car to mechanic.., posted by 64bowtie on February 10, 2005, at 14:08:11

ANswers to:
1 - My ex-T.
2 - My ex-T.
3 - Yes.
4 - Me.

Susan-everlastingly-(doesn't she wish)-47

 

Re: Therapists: not like taking your car to mechanic..

Posted by Susan47 on February 10, 2005, at 14:48:06

In reply to Therapists: not like taking your car to mechanic.., posted by 64bowtie on February 10, 2005, at 14:08:11

Email you? Nope, you're too scary for me, you seem even more manic than I am. heheheheheeeeee NOW I'M JUST KIDDING 64 YOU KNOW THAT. I really actually like you, when I can understand you. We're really on different planes of existence, you and I.

 

Dear (((Susan)))...

Posted by 64bowtie on February 10, 2005, at 15:27:13

In reply to Re: Therapists: not like taking your car to mechanic.., posted by Susan47 on February 10, 2005, at 14:48:06

>
We're really on different planes of existence, you and I. >

(((Susan))),

<<< 'Scary' is a feeling.

If you are all sorta busy wrapped up with this and that feeling, and I come along, how much of that attention you are presently paying to those feelings are you willing to give up on to listen to my stuff? Do you listen...., really listen..., or just take the time to hear?

I'm putting together some powerpoint presentations. It occurs to me that in a few months, I'll have to redo them because many will be saying by then, "Been there! Seen That!"

What if I didn't update them? I'm gonna finish them this time, but what if I really 'pulled a rabbit outta a hat' and didn't have to update or revise them?

Answer:
I can learn to talk 'picturesque' instead!

If my words draw pictures, instead of just tickling the brain cells with a bunch of abstract stuff, my meanings would transcend time, I'm certain!

Now, what If I do it in my 'powerpoint' presentation, firstly?

Hmmmmmmmmmmmm.................

Will you and I still be at toooo great of a distance as you say, for impact on each other?

Rod

PS: (((Susan))), what am doing wrong that makes my plane, with all its freedom and happiness, not attractive to you?

 

Re: Dear (((Susan)))...

Posted by Susan47 on February 10, 2005, at 15:44:24

In reply to Dear (((Susan)))..., posted by 64bowtie on February 10, 2005, at 15:27:13

Mwah, you don't draw pictures for me. Mwah, mwah. Those're kisses, by the way.

 

Mmwah reminds me of closeness, Dear (((Susan)))... (nm)

Posted by 64bowtie on February 10, 2005, at 16:07:43

In reply to Re: Dear (((Susan)))..., posted by Susan47 on February 10, 2005, at 15:44:24


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