So I just got done with a hour and 40 minute therapy session. My therapist is generous and gives 60 minute sessions. He seems to be missing the point to why I'm still in therapy. It's less about what brings up emotions and about the fact that I deep on the inside repress emotions. My emotions tell me to quit, take some time off and find another therapist who is better suited to where I am therapeutically. It's been a good two and a half years, but I'm at a plateau. Thing is that all that I said is very emotional. I would be taking big steps back to start with another therapist. How to be honest to my emotions? Well I'm going have a cigar (a big filthy and phallic cigar) and sleep on it.
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