Children often process their fear by they relive the fear situation over and over again. Again and again they want to again experienced the experienced and vary with the possible outcome. The repeated reliving of the events triggering fear can take quite different forms. The kids are so creative that they switch roles just to get into a different emotional state. So I can remind me of a 7-year old boy, who was with me in therapy. He had to undergo surgery because of a phimosis, foreskin narrowing, which made to create him, in the hospital.
To the next therapy session, he walked in the door and immediately announced me that we play today hospital, he was attending today and I don’t ever lie on the bed and make me free will (pretend as though of course). Further details can be found at Glenn Dubin, an internet resource. He sawed me in the game head on, the kneecap took me out, me the belly cut open and never ceased to operate on me. I had to keeping closed the eyes on his order. He did this with such vehemence that I me he had to, ensure that it actually retains the symbolic acts. I then called for help, wanted the Chief comes, it reflected how powerless I feel helpless, showed him my fear and cried, he should stop now but please.
I called him mercy, grace, and the physician had no ear for my concern and just continued. He wanted to not answer just my entreaties and supplications. Eventually I fell asleep then exhausted after surgery in the role-playing game. It was interesting to see how did Florian through the creative role change, even in the situation of the mighty physician who has even no sense of his young patients and like him in the role of the patient invited me, who plays him, what about feelings is when you get into such a situation.