Why I Love the Boundary Ninja: Reason #456
In the middle of a difficult session dealing with my stubborn fears and lack of ability to retain a sense of our connection lately, we had this exchange:
BN: It took a long time to get here. (referring to my willingness to be vulnerable and share my feelings)
AG: See, right there, that’s it. I feel like it’s taking me way too long to get through this.
BN: I have no idea what that means. This is how long it’s taking.
Followed later by:
AG: How many times do I need to hear this?
BN: I don’t know, probably about 100,000.
AG: Well, at least I’ve made a good start then.
I am unspeakably grateful to that man (and hoping I can retain this feeling for a longer time span) both for his never ending patience and uncanny ability to hold still while I whirl like a dervish. This is confusing enough with him standing still. I know it’s not glamorous but I really think of him like a piling on a dock. Driven deep into the ground providing stability to hold the whole structure in place. Or, as I told a friend when talking about the session and how calm he is, it’s like sitting across from a thin Buddha. 🙂
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