New Therapist: 6 Months On

I still consider her my new therapist. I really like her as a therapist. She has better skills than any other therapist I have seen, which is incredible.

I’m really working hard in and out of the therapy hour. Some huge new revelations have happened recently.

I realized something last week that was huge, but here’s the thing, it was totally obvious, I had just never seen it before. It all started about a month ago from something my sister said. I’ll try to write about that soon.

This week marks the sixth week that I have been doing therapy by phone. That too is going good. I tend to talk almost all the way through the therapy hour, by design, but on the phone I am trying to pause more for comments than I previously would have gotten through her emotional energy, facial expression, and body language. The biggest thing about therapy is that the clinic decided to let the therapists make weekly appointments instead of only bi-weekly. It is much appreciated and much needed during this social distancing and pandemic time. I am frustrated, enraged, triggered, and saddened about all that is going on out there.

I think about posting every day and think of all the blog friends I have come to know over eleven years of blogging. If you are gone, I still think of our connections and send you love and good and healing thoughts. If you are still blogging or a new blogger to me, stop in and I’d love to hear from you. Good and healing thoughts to you all.

8 thoughts on “New Therapist: 6 Months On

  1. Happy to connect with another survivor. I lurked on WordPress just reading blogs for about 5 years before starting to write. 11 years is a long time, how amazing 🙂

    I’d love to connect with more survivors you know, if you don’t mind ❤

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    • Check out my blogroll list. A lot of my friends are not active bloggers, but those who do are worth checking out, are wonderful people, and supportive of other bloggers. Some are survivors and write about that, some have been survivors or have survivor loved ones and don’t write about it, and some are not survivors.
      I would enjoy getting to know your blog better and will start reading more soon. Good and healing thoughts to you.
      Kate

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