I just came across this post I am so glad I finally left this therapist. It was a very intense time in my life. I have never had nosebleeds since starting with my new therapist. Just blogging to share it again.
Its been a tumultuous seven days. Last week I had intense body symptoms and nosebleeds. I felt as though I was being pulled this way and that and there was an intense pressure, lots of tears, panic, a feeling of a need to rest but being pulled upon by external commitments to therapists. I was beginning to question and the need to be still and self contained was seesawing with this pull from outside. I had read somewhere that the New Moon at 19 Scorpio would trigger this kind of karmic issue pull.
This week it still feels as though a wild storm has been raging. I was not surprised to hear of the terrorist attacks later in the week (I don’t watch the news much, though I do listen to news on radio). It had felt in my body as though something huge was going down. bigger than just…
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I went back and read the whole post and this is my opinion. It seems that this therapist may have helped you for a short time but she was not the one meant to continue on with. Just as people come in and out of our lives, we learn something, and then some move on. I believe, as you stated, that the moon cycle or such did play a part in the major shift you were feeling. These shifts happen to me too. Just when you find yourself in a whirlwind of craziness and upset, something shifts and sets you on a new path toward peace.
With all of that being said, no therapist should ever speak to you in a negative way. They should be trained on the way they word things as to not be on the attack of anyone. If a therapist makes you feel that way, then they are not a good fit. I am so happy that you didn’t go back to her but more importantly, I believe it was the right time to move on. Your growth depended on it. I am proud of all the work you have done and continue to do. I’m honored to be part of your journey and to have you in mine.
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I sadly went back for three more months and I ended up with breast cancer. It was a shame as I should have trusted my gut….I eventually was referred to a much better therapist but all of this was about me not fully trusting my own feelings and gut sad to say. I agree with everything you wrote. I just wish I hadn’t seen her for as long as I did.