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Re: A New Breakthrough in the Transference Crisis? Morgen

Posted by Dinah on July 28, 2003, at 8:31:15

In reply to Re: A New Breakthrough in the Transference Crisis? Dinah, posted by Morgen on July 27, 2003, at 23:11:19

I'm sure she is wonderful. I didn't mean to imply otherwise. I've just seen some awful stories here and elsewhere about some therapists who weren't able to deal with what appeared to me to be fairly normal transferences.

It's therapists in general that have disappointed me from time to time. But there are really great, professional ones too. I'm sure your therapist is one of them.

I wonder if the feelings not being as intense face to face as they are between sessions is perhaps an indicator of how much the feelings are transference? My feelings seem just as intense in person, although I'm aware that I have a strong maternal transference to him. I just feel as snug as a pup at its mother's belly when I'm with him.




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