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contemplating termination Dinah

Posted by crushedout on April 3, 2004, at 22:08:44

In reply to Re: Loving your T... a sickness? crushedout, posted by Dinah on April 2, 2004, at 20:48:40


ever since this post last night, i've been thinking really hard about whether i should end therapy with my T. we're coming up on our two-year anniversary, and it's been well over a year that i've been in love with her, i think. she's helped me so much, but i'm not sure it's working anymore.

anyway, if i can, i'm going to try to bring it up when i see her on tuesday. i imagine i'll have to get another t if for nothing else then to help me with the loss of this one. that is, if i can even go through with this, which i'm still only contemplating. this could be the wrong move, or just too hard for me to do. we'll see. it makes me feel relieved in a way, though, to contemplate it. like, there is a way out, maybe.

> Well, I know I couldn't. I pitch a fit at the thought of cutting down to once a week or three times every two weeks. I know I could handle it relatively easily when I'm feeling well. I know he would schedule extra sessions when I needed them. I know I really shouldn't be spending the money to go twice a week.
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> But if I even think of it I have a major temper tantrum.
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> So I do understand. I wish I had an answer. Sometimes it's darned hard to do what's best for us.


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