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Originally Posted by Nemo1934 View Post
I get it. I do the same in therapy. It's hard for me because it feels like I'll lose control if I open up about it. As dysfunctional as the cycle is, it's how we survive and do amazing things like grad school.
I've recently experienced a "bottom" of my spiral, and am forced to face the reality that my way doesn't work anymore.
Don't let yourself have to hit a bottom. Your recognizing it. Talk to your therapist and tell them you are coming in saying everything is fine when it's not. They probably already know this anyway and are just waiting for you. I wish you luck!
Thanks nemo.
I too have hit bottom before, but I've always come back because we csn always come back. And each time I go higher. And each subsequent time I spiral it is less far.
I'm sort you are hurtling, but you can do this. I know you can.
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