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Re: Perfect Therapy Patient Club

Posted by Dinah on November 14, 2003, at 10:04:22

In reply to Re: Perfect Therapy Patient Club Dinah, posted by Elle2021 on November 14, 2003, at 1:41:24

I guess thinking he feels comfortable with me is a better way of framing it than thinking he feels contemptuous of me. Unfortunately, the behavior started back when I think he didn't like me very much. It had gone away some, and I thought that meant he no longer felt he needed to ward me off with revolting habits. But now it's increasing again.

The other day he was biting bits of his cuticles or nails off (I think he eventually got up and got a clippers) and piling the bits and pieces very neatly on the end table next to him.

I was at something of a loss, so I pretended I didn't notice.

 

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