I feel numb.
Kay Gackle has heard these words for years as a therapist. Then one day, Kay found she was saying these exact same words.
The phrase feeling numb is a bit ironic. Is it a feeling if we "feel" nothing? Being numb can be considered a feeling the same as white is considered a color. The color white appears because it absorbs no color. White is literally the absence of color. In the same way, numb is the absence of feeling. The color white can be seen when it is against a background of other colors. Likewise, we recognize being numb against the knowledge of where other feelings would typically exist. We know that we would naturally feel in a certain way, but we just don't feel anything.
In this book, we identify what being numb looks like in everyday life, how we get numb, and the problems and symptoms surrounding it. Not stopping there, we will journey together into a deeper understanding of feelings and begin to let ourselves feel again. Through other’s stories, engaging questions, and practical tools, we can find healing and move beyond being numb.
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About the Author
Kay Gackle is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Florida and Oklahoma. Originally from the Sunshine State, Kay now lives with her husband and two children in the Heartland. Kay has worked in this field since graduation either in a clinical setting, on a mission field, or from her living room. She has helped navigate and equip many people through change, loss and trauma and is excited to share what she has learned from years of experience both as a therapist and her own life journey.