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Re: heads or tails...*may trigger*

Posted by Racer on May 27, 2004, at 12:41:06

In reply to heads or tails...*may trigger*, posted by toomuchpain on May 26, 2004, at 23:38:35

See? You're trusting your new therapist, and she's proving herself worthy of that trust, and that's building up more trust for her in you. That, my dear, is excellent -- and what's more, she's doing something concrete for you! Today's hot fudge sundae will have TWO cherries on it.

As for the situation itself, that whole business about "I'm attacted to her and want to have contact" is so outrageous I can't even begin to comment on it. Let me say that it's not about any actual caring for you on his part, it's about power and control and you are VERY well rid of him. He SHOULD be sanctioned, because that sort of behavior is so very damaging for someone in his position, a position where he can do so much damage to the most vulnerable populations. Makes you wonder why he chose this line of work -- but, frankly, I don't wonder very much. I suspect that it has to do with his own insecurities and need to feel powerful. That's not your problem, though -- it's his. I'm very, very glad that your therapist is making this move on your behalf. It's helping restore my own faith in therapists! Tell her she's improving client trust without even having any direct contact with the beneficiaries, 'K?

I'm sorry to be so shallow on this, TMP, because what I really want to do right now is tell you how much I wish you comfort and safety. My own current state just isn't allowing me much emotional slack to offer it right now, but the desire is there, it just can't be expressed right now. Please know that you have my prayers for continued support with your current therapist and continued growth in your ability to feel safe.




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