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Re: saying what you are feeling.. Fallen4myT

Posted by spoc on March 19, 2004, at 8:11:39

In reply to Re: saying what you are feeling.. spoc, posted by Fallen4myT on March 18, 2004, at 22:59:51

Fallen, I think good common sense is a big part of being smart, so your reply sounded plenty smart to me! And funny how the grass is always greener....I would love to be able to be "to the point"! Sometimes it feels like not knowing the language when you start out having only one or two main things you need to say, but it turns into a tree with extensive branches that is giving you a headache and backing up your day! And complicated is not always better, or necessary. I respect how you could post about how you were enjoying the play and lighter side of your therapist interactions without feeling the need to give background and explain the more serious details for strangers happening by. I couldn't do that. Anyway, yes I will keep (or rekindle) the faith, and you guys have helped with that! : )

> Spoc I am not as articulate and smart as it seems most of the posters in here are including you. My posts are kind of basic and to the point. I am so sorry you had a bad experience with that T and it sounds really aweful. I would be jaded too but PLEASE keep an open mind cause there are GOOD once out there..really. Like one of the others said you are the consumer..you gotta SHOP till you find the right FIT :p PUNS Included :)
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> Tancred62, you seemed a bit concerned about some T's and how they may take advantange of some people ..women like me maybe with our clothes etc.....please as far as me do not be concerned because I cannot be taken advantage:) Plus my T is really a GOOD T and a PRO and very respected in our area...He has been a T a long time and I have had nothing but good treatment from him. Do not judge a book by its cover..I may look good and have fun but I am very protective of me..but thanks
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