She cried and cried to me because she has this awesome bf (baby in tummy's daddy) and he is a rare good guy, unlike all the other men she has known. She is happy and thankful to have such goodness in her life. He is great with her kids and they want to call him 'dad'.
The problem is she can't get her mind around all this goodness. She can't accept that she can actually rely on someone and that someone loves her. She feels unworthy of love and affection. Instead of feeling relief, she feels stress. She is habitually afraid old patterns will magically repeat themselves with this guy (even though everything is completely different this time around).
We had a really good session. I notice I am somewhat of a dogged counselor style. I don't like to do a lot of open-ended questions that will just waste everyone's time. I mean, I don't think it's good to give a lot of airtime to feelings when feelings are so often fucked up anyway. Voice them, yes, but move on to the why and the how and the what now. I sent her home with the task of doing something special for her bf that night, since she has been in her own head waaayyyy too much, and he has been like, "Whoa, what is wrong??"
Anyway, as the world heads toward endtimes and evil gains more ground, souls will feel more and more like this. It is the lie the enemy wants you to believe: you are unworthy of love.
Which simply isn't true. If you were unworthy of love, you wouldn't be here.