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Published on Mar 23, 2010
Dr. Jane asks how do other people respond to the presence of a person who easily speaks, how do the others find their own voice. 2:00 "Molly you didn't talk a lot last time" 2:37 "Kay doesn't believe your theory is right...." Molly gives a lot of space to Barbara (rather than take the space herself). 3:30 Dee says that he hasn't heard about Barbara's mother. 3:34 Walter has good insights 4:20 Carol says when you talk about your mother you forget that others have gone through loss of a mother. 6:30 Jane says that her comment about when Barbara has spoken enough was not hostile. 8:00 Paul asks if Barbara can undo what her mother did to her (Barbara nods her head). 19:20 Barbara "I'd like to hear his story" and Adrian tells his story (minus Kay scolding when Barbara interrupts him for a moment). 19:50 Walter says we can't be perfectionist. "Why does she trigger you so much" Molly asks Kay. Jane says the only that is "wrong" is when you don't verbalize your feelings (ie OK for Kay to be triggered in this process). Dee reacts to Kay saying that the Lord was with Adrian's mother when she died. Jane explains how dying is like living having an internal sense and it is about how you process it, it is about your own internal state but Dee talks over her. Jane ends saying we will have to continue faith no faith next session