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When your therapist rejects you.

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
I just read a post from a blogger who describes how her therapist suddenly terminated her without warning.  She writes, I spend pockets of time here and there throughout the days just wracking my…

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Come closer…go away.

I’ve begun to experience some powerful feelings for someone right now.   It’s hard to describe, since I haven’t met this person and most likely never will (which is perfectly okay).   The feeling is a bizarre mix of low-level … Continue reading

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Losing the false “I’m unlovable” scapegoat baggage

Katie has done it again! I could relate to every single word in this post. I could have written this myself.  There’s no need for me to editorialize any further. Please leave comments on the original post.

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Triggered.

Some days are better than others. Overall, they are getting better and better, but there are days where I feel like I took three steps back and get trapped in my old toxic emotional thinking patterns. At those times I … Continue reading

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A very unpleasant dream.

I need to write this down where I’ll remember this later. I just woke up from a dream. I must remember this one so I can tell my therapist. Right now I’m still rising up from the fog of sleep … Continue reading

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When your therapist rejects you.

I just read a post from a blogger who describes how her therapist suddenly terminated her without warning.  She writes, I spend pockets of time here and there throughout the days just wracking my brain trying to figure out what … Continue reading

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Crybaby.

WARNING: THIS ARTICLE MAY BE TRIGGERING. I spent the first 13 years of my life almost constantly crying. I was a perpetually squalling cranky baby, a screaming tantrum-throwing toddler, a tearful preschooler, and a school child prone to attacks of … Continue reading

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