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Re: Reading your Therapist's signals

Posted by shadows721 on June 29, 2004, at 22:20:38

In reply to Reading your Therapist's signals, posted by DaisyM on June 29, 2004, at 18:57:37


I think that I understand what your T is saying. I think he wants you to turn of that switch and be yourself. I think it's great that you are recognizing what you are doing. That's half the process. The other half is reacting in a way that you really feel.

Sometimes, what we think our T is feeling is really our own feelings. I had those very thoughts over and over again about lack of progress with an old T. I told a T that I thought she thought I was just a stick in the mud. She said she never thought that at all. Actually, it was my own thoughts. I felt that I was making no progress. I don't know if we can see the real progress all the time.

Daisy, I think this is a positive shift for you. I think it's very positive. Your self-awareness is going to lead you in the right direction.




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