Is it really psychological that I feel exactly where my neck does not move? Is it really psychological that I miss cuddling with a cat as before? Is it really psychological that I am sad because kissing is different and could be painful? Is it really psychological what I am going through... that I have to adress other issues so I can feel better about my neck and move on.
I feel desperate for having this inside of me, for noticing how I can not move as before. I know that many people have fusions and they don't notice the difference or if they notice it is when they are in their cars.
I notice it all the time, when talking... so I feel less spontaneous when I talk.
Do you notice it and does it affects you when you are very emotional, angry when you are in an intimate relationship?
I think that if I did not have this pain or the change of motion I would be able to deal better much better with my work, my social relations, my thesis, my house, and my ex. And the psychologist say that I have to talk about this other things to feel better and be better.
And I just think that I could work better on that if my neck and back felt better.
Is it really psychological?
So my question is don't you despair for not being able to express as before or you just don't notice it always?