After my last couple of tough therapy sessions I've noticed that I have random emotions that seem to come out of no where. The worst of it is usually a couple of hours after the session and can last up to a few days after. These emotions seem to come out of no where, and there isn't really anything that "triggers" them. I read an article online that said this is a result of subconcious processing from the therapy. That makes sense because it usually happens after the more intense sessions. What do you guys think? Anyone else have this happen to them? What did you do (or do you think I can do) to deal with this.
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