I agree, you cannot avoid in therapy what it is that needs to be examined. In many cases, cognitive therapy allows both the therapist and the client to remove energy from dwelling solely on emotions and feelings and helps to examine how the thinking process affects those feelings and how they manifest themselves in certain situations. The client needs to understand how she thinks, not solely how she reacts, to situations, and how the two can be merged to help deal with those feelings of abandonment.
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