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Sadness and extreme thinking

Phew.  So, just got an email from my `dbt mentor’ and ex-therapist that is having quite an effect on me.  I had sent a couple of emails letting her know what I was up to (hoping to reinforce her? Impress … Continue reading

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Participation…or Judgment and Misery

Well, one might think the choice would be easy.  But not with this brain!  Being judgmental can be really….among other things, satisfying. I have a bit of a twisted relationship with gyms.  I’m usually a member of one, but I … Continue reading

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The importance of having a goal

Without Willingness…oh, I already said that somewhere else.  Let’s just say that Willingness is really, really important.  Sometimes you’re going to want to sabotage all kinds of things related to treatment, and you’ll need Willingness to get you through.  It’ll … Continue reading

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