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Re: A New Breakthrough in the Transference Crisis?

Posted by Morgen on August 1, 2003, at 2:31:02

In reply to Re: A New Breakthrough in the Transference Crisis? Morgen, posted by Dinah on July 28, 2003, at 8:31:15

Oh Dinah, I knew you weren't criticizing my therapist at all -- I was really just commenting on how fond I am of her... that I feel so defensive so instantly. Lately I've been worrying about her too, with all the information she has about herself online and the fact that she sees clients out of an office at her home... I read the websites someone posted much earlier about therapists getting stalked and it kind of freaks me out. Hopefully it doesn't happen much.

About your transference suggestion (that the fact of my feelings subsiding when we're face to face might indicate how much of it is transference) -- I have been thinking the same thing. My experience when I called her voicemail that first time definitely made me feel like any hatred and anger I was harboring -- feelings which suspiciously resembled how I felt about my ex -- immediately washed away. I was reminded of who she was when I heard her voice. It seems reasonable.

Of course, that's not to say that I don't totally adore her in person too. But its not the same.





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