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Old 03-20-2011, 11:35 PM #41
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I joined last fall under another pseudonym and then I quit in a huff. I have returned now a second time and I hope this experience proves much more positive. I am also in a better place to deal with adversity. I hope I can give support to others here as well as receive support when needed.
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Wanted to add this link: http://www.befrienders.org/

If anyone needs to talk on the phone when their T is not available, this will let you find someone in your area. Remember, you CAN heal!
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Hi Everyone - Just wanted to introduce myself as I'm new. I've been seeing a psychoanalyst for about 5 months now, and have lots of questions about the process. So far this forum has been very helpful. Looks like there's lots of great people here! I'm having issues with transference, and one of these days I'll get up the nerve to start a thread. This is a great forum and I've learned a lot already. Looking forward to participating
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Hi Everyone - Just wanted to introduce myself as I'm new. I've been seeing a psychoanalyst for about 5 months now, and have lots of questions about the process. So far this forum has been very helpful. Looks like there's lots of great people here! I'm having issues with transference, and one of these days I'll get up the nerve to start a thread. This is a great forum and I've learned a lot already. Looking forward to participating
Welcome - we love input. It helps us all as we grope for answers and we look for solutions. Feel free to jump right in.
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Hi there,I am new and I did see a tharpes but I did not like him. He did not have the pashin in his job. I bin off all summer but did not like that to much. We are sruggleing with money all the time and I hate it I know it is my folt and it is not fair on my husband.I am suptoe go back to work soon but I do not know. Wish me luck. Ps. My name is MonaLee
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Hi MonaLee - Sorry your therapist didn't work out. It's important to have a good "fit" with your therapist. I hope you'll try again with another one. I'm definitely wishing you good luck!
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I don't know where to go. I have a relationship that has some abuse, but not physical, at least people that know me tell me he needs to be medicated, he's a control freak and I need to get help, but I truly don't see the abuse much. I do and I don't, there are reason's for my husband's behavior and I feel for him, but I want out and I am scare to do it. Therapist are expensive (no ofense) and I know I cannot do it alone. I am in St. George, UT.
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You have the ability to face any challenge in life and come out a winner. Have you seen the movie Rainman with Tom and Dustin Hoffman? I was like the Rainman in real life, the only difference my mental state was so bad I had no ability to feel fear or think about something before doing it.
My mental state most of my life, going on 50 years, has been like a child. I never walked away from anything or stopped myself from doing anything just like a two year old.
You have the ability to make anything come to life once you stop going with the flow of what others are doing around you. People who know me never know what to expect from me once I'm rolling. I live life to the fullest and never for one second think of the risk of what might go wrong.
Except at the end of the day, I look back on it to see my mistakes and did I hurt anybody's feelings. This is when I become a better person and live a little more by calling up that person and say "I do care and I'm sorry for what I did, I am learning and will do better next time." So, the next time I get to have my fun and not hurt anybody's feelings. Its not my nature to be an adult. That is not who I am! I have to be myself! I don't act stupid! I live!
The other-side of me is nothing, something I don't want to be, there is no life sitting in a chair without thought or laying in a bed waiting for somebody to get me started. That life I don't want anymore.
I didn't get to where I am today by being passive. When I share my life with people, the things I have done they looked scared at all the challenges, ordeals, conflicts, and problems I faced to get here.
You have a life to live, its not what you make of it, its what you made of it. So, are you living? In your husband is a child, knowing how to tap into that part of him requires learning everything there is to know about him. Find him fascinating not irritating, find him exciting not boring, find him in his weakest moment and comfort him, but, before you can help him, you must know yourself. Start with exploring your five senses, by exploring earth as if there are no people on it, just you, he can come along.
Ask him "Would you like to explore the earth with me?" Rules apply, be open minded and have fun as a child would do.
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I am new to this site and I don't even know where to go. I just click and click, take tests, I just want to have someone or group of people I can talk to whom can relate with me so I won't feel that what I have is different or I am different to others. I don't even know if I need help or even a professional help. I took some examination or assessment and so far the results are okay.
I have a feeling that I a controlling but I have a strange pleasurable feeling if I am controlled. In sex, if my partner does something to me even it humiliates me, I feel good. As long as I see him enjoying. I don't know if it's a sign of servitude but what I know I want to be served.
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