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Made the call!
rugger1369 posted:
Phew...just wanted to say I finally made the call to try therapy. That feels good and I wanted to share with this group. You are so very dear to me and have been a tremendous help in more ways then I can express.

from the excellent advice, the shared stories, uplifting words and kindness to a sense of friendship. THANK YOU SHC!

much love and fulljoy
mandybutterflykiss responded:

So glad to hear you made the call! You, too, are a vital part of our FAMILY and are wonderful. Well, I only speak for myself, but am certain others feel this way also.

Be well.


Life is the school, Love is the lesson.
katenewbie replied to mandybutterflykiss's response:
Yay!! Rugger I'm so happy you are getting a therapist. They aren't the end all of your problems, but they can help. I hope you get someone you can trust & that you enjoy speaking with.

rugger1369 replied to katenewbie's response:
thanks ladies! it has taken a loooong time to first session is this saturday! Im looking forward to the learning and healing process.

with love and fulljoy
rugger1369 replied to rugger1369's response:
Update for those lurking safely...I have been going every two weeks and I've made some good progress. It's nice to just talk it out. Still difficult at times, but I bring the journal I keep to help explain. I tend to disassociate from when I fall off the band wagon and have a tough time remembering the cause/effect immediately surrounding it. The triggers become overwhelming and i can't recall what I was really thinking right before and I kind of come out of it with scars...

This may sound a lil odd, but it has helped me so far (3 months Sh free!) but my therapist suggested...TRIGGER_Y...that I put tape around my blades. I generally keep to a few I have and one time I forgot, went to use it and because of the layers of electric tape, I decided it wasnt worth the work lol and focused on breathing.

just one little thing i thought i would share.
with love and fulljoy

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