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Re: Couples therapy -- therapist likes my partner more bookgurl99

Posted by fallsfall on March 19, 2004, at 15:24:48

In reply to Couples therapy -- therapist likes my partner more, posted by bookgurl99 on March 19, 2004, at 10:21:39

I agree with Dinah that the first step is to talk about how you are feeling about the therapy in general. Ask the therapist if there is a reason that your issues have only had 5 minutes in 3 sessions. Maybe there is a reason (I have no idea)? If there isn't a reason, then what you have done is to stick up for yourself and ask for what you need. That is a good thing.

Is there a way that you can arrange to be the first to speak at the next session (would your GF agree to that?). That way your concerns wouldn't be "interrupting" anything, and they might get more attention.

You have always seemed to me to be able to be straightforward and honest. I think this is a good time to show those qualities to your therapist.

 

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