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Re: Shame - is my therapist perpetuating it? Pfinstegg

Posted by Dinah on February 17, 2004, at 22:17:36

In reply to Re: Shame - is my therapist perpetuating it? Dinah, posted by Pfinstegg on February 17, 2004, at 13:01:56

It's fortuitous that you should write this today. It was, I think, the subject of our session and I think if I study your post, I might understand the session better.

Although to be honest, it was one of those sessions that perhaps neither of us did well. By the end of it, I think we were each confused by what *we* were saying, never mind what each other was trying to say.

Sometimes it seems like I get one good session a week and one frustrating one. I wish he'd tell me which was going to be the good one in advance so I can skip the other one.

The content of the session is slipping away from me really quickly, and I suppose I'd better cogitate on it. I'm just so sleepy today. The only thing I really remember from the session is that he said he likes to drink while smoking cigars. Sigh. Good thing I only want to know him within his office walls, because otherwise I'd be rapidly losing respect for him.




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