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Reply Mendel Cooper
10:26 PM on September 28, 2018 
It was 1986, and I lived in Manhattan, Alphabet City (7th St.). You had a house in Brooklyn or Queens, I believe. Met you on an AYH hike.

M.
Reply Anna Willman
3:24 PM on September 28, 2018 
Hi Kim, been a long time since I looked here.

Glad you are happy with what you are doing. Thanks for the kind words.
Anna

Kim Smith says...
Hi Anna, you look amazing in your picture, I am so glad that you are doing the things you love after CC. I am doing what i love as an LPC in both Private Practice and full time @UCHC in Roseburg. Blessings, you were and still are an inspiration😊
Reply Anna Willman
3:21 PM on September 28, 2018 
I don't know. Where did we live when we dated?
Reply Mendel Cooper
4:19 PM on September 18, 2018 
Hi, Anna.

I don't know if you're the same woman I briefly dated over 30 year ago. If not, greetings and felicitations. If yes, then I'm not trying to intrude into your life, just greetings and felicitations. Good fortune with your books, walks, and asstd. endeavors.


Mendel


(I can't stand those "I'm not a robot" recaptchas. Maybe it's because I am a robot.)
Reply Kim Smith
9:52 AM on April 12, 2017 
Hi Anna, you look amazing in your picture, I am so glad that you are doing the things you love after CC. I am doing what i love as an LPC in both Private Practice and full time @UCHC in Roseburg. Blessings, you were and still are an inspiration😊
Reply Anna
8:06 PM on January 16, 2016 
Just a note to my readers: If you post a comment in the guestbook, I can answer. If you put a comment on a form submission, I receive the message, but am unable to reply unless you include your email address.
Reply Nina Joy Lawrence
12:25 PM on October 1, 2015 
Hi Anna! I finally joined your site. I read your blog before, but don't think I joined your site. maybe I did and I'm now here as twins? anyway, nice to see your first trip of Sept. I know your second attempt didn't work for long. See you at the next Eugene Changes.
Reply Cortney
11:43 PM on September 28, 2014 
Anna It was so nice meeting you. (Brogan Summit, Brogan, Or) I wish you the best of luck and safe traveling :) I will definitely be checking out your novels :)
God Bless You,
Cortney
Reply Betty
3:10 PM on April 4, 2014 
Anna

I love that aspect of integration being about accepting all of oneself and it tying in so beautifully to Focusing. :0)

You may have already had your fill reading on integration. If you haven't, there's more! At the Trauma and Dissociation Project forum we've been discussing it. It's a very long thread, but very interesting, and includes input from folk with PTSD, DID, and a couple of doctors treating folks with both. Only go there if you have time to read! https://plus.google.com/108109648387449769404/posts/JiraryUVCnV

Betty
Reply Anna Willman
11:58 AM on April 3, 2014 
Betty:

Thanks for sharing this amazing article. I especially like that she talks about learning new coping skills before giving up the old ones altogether. And that integration is accepting one's whole self - all aspects of oneself. She sounds like a Focuser to me. Only as Focusers, we take time to recognize our multiplicity by giving compassionate attention to "parts" by saying, for example, "Something in me needs...", while she was training herself to say "I need..." so as to own her wholeness. Both ways acknowledge that we are complex and capable of experiencing great contradiction within us.

Also like Focusing, was recognizing that the "dangerous" parts actually are playing an important positive role and learning how to befriend those aspects of ourselves.

Thank you for this.

Anna