I am nervous to cry in front of other people including my therapist because I can’t anticipate how he will react. Most of my life I was either beaten or teased for crying and during some of the worst of it I was told not to cry. My therapist asked me how I would want him to respond and I had no words. Maybe just a gentle reply that it was ok? Any positive therapy responses to crying? What is normal? How do they project safety and comfort? I don’t want a hug because they aren’t supposed to do that. Right now, going to read and calm down because I feel pretty screwed up.
I just want to say, I am thankful for this group. Even though days I don't feel good, I try to add my constructive, two cents.I do this remembering what a college friend once told me..."when you feel bad, do something good for someone ". The only good thing I can do is encourage people here, or give out my advice.I am also grateful of having a warm house, and a car..." The pumpkin". This last...
Im back in the hospital, so tired of this Dony wanna loss hope jaw locked again