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Re: Therapist retired a year ago and still grieving friesandcoke

Posted by Voce on October 5, 2009, at 17:23:34

In reply to Therapist retired a year ago and still grieving, posted by friesandcoke on July 13, 2009, at 22:50:08

I am so sorry. Not only for your loss but because the therapist who was supposed to help you deal with the loss wasn't available to you in the way that she should have. That's unprofessional, and it sucks.

It's a deep loss, isn't it? I too am grieving a therapist who became so, so dear to me. It was 5 years ago that I last saw him and just recently I have been feeling his absence very acutely, despite having moved on, gotten married, and started a whole new life of sorts. But it still hurts and I still grieve for him.

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