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Re: Not Stupid T question partlycloudy

Posted by Dinah on June 24, 2004, at 19:55:46

In reply to Stupid T question (not the T that's stupid!), posted by partlycloudy on June 24, 2004, at 14:43:47

Surely therapy has taught you that no question is stupid. :)

You probably actually represent the majority of therapy clients. My therapist says that most of his clients don't develop a really strong transference. They just don't end up on Psycho-Babble Psychology as much.

Just like there are different types of romantic relationships, romantic, companionate, a bunch others I can't recall, there are probably different types of therapy relationships.

If you feel she's helpful to you, if you feel that you are learning and growing, if you have a strong therapeutic alliance, don't worry about the lack of the therapeutic equivalent to passion in the relationship. In fact, maybe you should count yourself lucky. :)




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