I was taking a walk this morning and tossing a stone I found up and catching it. Pleasant little diversion as I enjoyed the early morning sunshine.
One particular throw went a little off course, and as I reached for it, I had to bend my arm in a funny position to catch it. As the stone came down and I stretched and bent for it, I recognized this twisted arm position, knowing I've "made that catch before".
In therapy, and in life, there are moments when things change. It may be that the way you have been looking at something changes. It may be that you the way you react to an action by someone else, or to a difficult circumstance changes. It may be that the way you see your response
Sometimes I go walking in the winter and I see how the wind gradual but consistent does things to the snow. It makes shapes you would never expect from a random force. It makes high piles and low troughs. It makes shapes that look anything but random. Many times I look at the course of