Nurturing

Sitting here thinking, when I should be sleeping. There should be an off switch to the brain.

Thinking about my last two therapy sessions. Each with a different therapist. When talking about the other therapists that I liked, both therapists said that they were nurturing people. So, what does that mean to me? I stated how I have always wanted my mommy. Even now, at 49.

What am I supposed to do with that? How am I supposed to get past this childish state of emotion? Will I always be searching for that feeling? How do I get past it without becoming cold?

Thinking about it, feeling it, makes me sad. Great!

I remember after my dad died my mom wanted me to take a nap with her. I guess she was lonely. I felt weird about it. I wanted to. I remember her holding me when I was small and singing to me and rocking me to sleep. After that I don’t remember us being a very affectionate family. That coupled with my struggle to fight off being gay, to be “straight”, because that’s the way people were supposed to be, I was just uncomfortable.

What I wouldn’t give now to have my mom hold me now.

Thinking about this makes me feel like I missed out on so much.

I really think that life sucks!

Those feelings make me wish I didn’t exist. I don’t want any more pain or sadness.

I almost want to cry, but I’m not going to!

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About Avictimnomore

Lost soul, trying to find myself. Trying to learn to be a survivor of child sexual abuse, the death of my parents when I was a teen, and being disowned by my remaining family.
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One Response to Nurturing

  1. mckarlie says:

    There’s nothing wrong with crying sometimes, so long as it’s not all day every day, it can be a great release. I hope you find some peace in this crazy world 🙂

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