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Title: The erosion of this your old dissociation means part of you is set adrift again and you’re not sure when or where your feet will touch bottom.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Imagine standing in a river. The current is never steady. Sometimes it rushes faster, sometimes it pushes gently. You’re not ever sure wha...
Imagine standing in a river. The current is never steady. Sometimes it rushes faster, sometimes it pushes gently. You’re not ever sure what to expect, what resistance to offer; how to brace yourself. Forming a solid belief, wanting to believe something definite, is like finding a big rock to hold onto in that river. No matter what the force of the current, that rock can keep you from drowning. When someone presents you with evidence contrary to the belief, it’s like applying an oily film to that rock. It’s like having someone slowly or quickly chips away at that rock. You may recognise that this rock is no longer going to provide that safety it had before but it’s held you up for so long, been the only thing keeping you from getting swept away so you instinctively try to hold on. The erosion of this your old dissociation means part of you is set adrift again and you’re not sure when or where your feet will touch bottom.

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