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Re: Telephone calls to your T rockymtnhi

Posted by DaisyM on June 29, 2004, at 21:38:56

In reply to Telephone calls to your T, posted by rockymtnhi on June 28, 2004, at 18:36:48

See my post below...

My Therapist encourages calls when I need him. It has strengthened our relationship, not hurt it. That doesn't mean I don't feel like I'm bothering him. I always do. He always tells me he's rather know what is going on and it isn't a bother. I rarely call on the weekends but have.

The hardest part can be leaving the message and then waiting for them to call back. Their schedule can mean you wait for hours. So if it is an "emergency" you should say so. I'm really good at the corporate message voice, so it has taken awhile for him to know what to really pay attention to. Coded messages don't work either. If you say, "you don't have to call me back" but you really want them might get your feelings hurt. Ask for what you need.

It will make you feel better.




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