Bert’s therapy: Regression

I think I’m changing my mind.

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About?

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Getting in touch with feelings.

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Oh.

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I really don’t want to.

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How come?

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It’s hard.  It’s uncomfortable.  It’s scary. 

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Okay.

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But I also don’t want to lose my wife.  So I need to get more  sensitive to her feelings.

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Yes.

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Isn’t there some way I can listen to hers without listening to mine?

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Hm. 

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bert (7)

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There may be a way.

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bert (8)

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See that drawer on your left?

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Yeah.

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Open it.  Find the yellow oaktag and the duct tape.

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Got them.

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Give them here.

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bert (11)

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Now lean forward, and sit still.

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bert (12)

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therapist (12)

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bert (13)

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therapist (13)

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bert (14)

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Th

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There.

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S

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How’s that feel?

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Artificial.

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Yes.  Well.  Can’t have everything.

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I guess.

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Go forth and listen.

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I think I’m changing my mind again.

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A quick guide to healthy communication blockers, by Larry and Linda, aka the Untroubled Couple.

 

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