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#16 QuietEmily

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 12:24 PM

I agree with John, a plan for attack can definitely be helpful. I sort of resigned myself that starting the conversation, or the initial "diving in" is always going to be awkward -- you can only alleviate that part so much, but if you're having trouble talking about things, ask your therapist about ways they can help you feel safer.