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Re: therapy annoyances (long) joslynn

Posted by Poet on November 21, 2003, at 12:09:29

In reply to therapy annoyances (long), posted by joslynn on November 21, 2003, at 10:29:47


I think your therapist was paying you a compliment about your voice and wasn't being sarcastic.

I've always been told I have a great speaking voice. I don't hear it, but I have accepted that everyone else hears something I don't. Accept what she said for the compliment it is.

Your pdoc might have been swamped with conference stuff and he just forgot (again) to send the info. No matter what the excuse is, he owes you an explanation and an apology. When will therapists realize that their clients/patients have abandonment issues and promises must be kept? A little thing to them is major to us.

Hang in there and when you see him again look him in the eye and ask if he has the info. I love the french twist and 1920s suit fantasy. I love clothes from that period, too. I was born 30 some years too late to look like Daisy in The Great Gatsby.





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