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Re: Yikes, are gifts really a boundary issue?

Posted by lifeworthliving on June 26, 2004, at 1:29:35

In reply to Re: Yikes, are gifts really a boundary issue?, posted by Believe on June 25, 2004, at 23:22:15

>>>>>But do you know your therapist like you do the people you mentioned? The therapeutic relationship is a one way relationship. If it isn't, then (IMHO) the therapist is having counter-transference issues. Better to spend your gift giving energies on a real relationship. One that you don't have to worry about 1) what if they retire? 2) what if they move? 3) how many patients do they have? 4) what if they see me driving past their office?>>>>

i don't know about anyone else here, but i'm so in love with my therapist that i think i'd forfeit my us citizenship and follow her to the ends of the earth. this is where i would agree to be her personal slave and shopper (but not until after i turn over my savings acct and add her to my checking). in fact, i'd be honored to wash her feet with my tears and dry them with my hair. i've spent hours thinking of and longing for her... if i understand your post/question, i'm thinking you want me to believe that my energy and resources could be better spent elsewhere? BAHAHAHA, i don't think so. she can wipe her butt on my sleeve if she ever runs out of toilet paper. i can't believe u don't think i'm capable of sorting this kind of mess out.




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