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boundaries vs. indifference

Posted by Speaker on January 5, 2004, at 23:17:33

In reply to Re: T's can't instill boundaries without having some, posted by Karen_kay on January 5, 2004, at 19:35:56

I do think boundries are extremly important both for the T and the client. Indifference is not at all the same as a boundry to me. Indifference is a lack of concern, intrest, or feeling (apathy) according to Webster. We can have very clear boundries and yet not be indifferent. Unfortunatly, there are many T's that are indifferent and have rigid boundries and collect a lot of money without helping many people. I am in the medical field and I don't feel there is room for indifference in the care of people. Just my opinion!




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