I have to tell my therapist that I can’t see her anymore. She is using methods that aren’t proven and isn’t really letting me talk. When I go in she has some sort of curriculum, or plan, that she expects to heal me. Last session it was a strange guided visualization about my “inner child”…
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What is the most important thing you learned at SAFE? The most important thing I learned in SAFE was that I am not responsible for other peoples actions. Everyone else?
it’s 2:45 a.m. i just binged i am dirty ugly and shameful i want to self-injure because when i self-injure i don’t binge i am lost inside myself i realize food has replaced self-injury in much more deadly ways ‘Suppose to find help a counselor or a therapist someone to talk to someone who will…
I’m probably the “oldest” (not in age 😛 ) SAFE alumni here. I completed the program in December of 2001 at 15 years old- this was before the program was separated into an adolescent and adult program. I also did the unofficial outpatient group before SAFE started their own group. I think the program is…