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Re:Re: Therapy and the feelings conundrum All Done

Posted by 64Bowtie on March 14, 2004, at 0:27:32

In reply to Re: Therapy and the feelings conundrum 64Bowtie, posted by All Done on March 12, 2004, at 17:18:45

<<<Thanks for answering.

>>>In fact, the most productive few weeks Ive felt Ive had with him, I experienced great sadness and anger as well as happiness and elation.

<<<None of those seem like normal "crumbyness type feelings" which I equate with "bad feelings". Those four feelings are not what you normally call "bad feelings" are they? If so, I see your point. If not, please think about what I'm trying to point out: most clients go to therapists because they feel bad toooo often and want it to stop (without hurting themselves).

Needless to say, thanks for responding....





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