I remember peeling off the cocoon of my bulky winter jacket one of the first times I came here.
Perching nervously on the edge of one of these same chairs.
Feeling completely vulnerable and exposed.
Wanting desperately for someone to mold me back together – yet not touch me. Not look at me. Not judge me.
For my weaknesses, my failures, my inability to just be.
It’s been awhile. But I’m back. And so are all the same feelings.