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Re: Reading your Therapist's signals Pfinstegg

Posted by DaisyM on July 1, 2004, at 21:13:15

In reply to Re: Reading your Therapist's signals DaisyM, posted by Pfinstegg on July 1, 2004, at 18:11:14

We do a lot of that too, examining "our" relationship. He told me on Tuesday that it was the "alpha and omega" of therapy. Trusting and needing and then being OK with that.

Signals are confusing. Today was spent tying up some loose ends of the week and sorting out my attempt with my hubby to explain "what was so bad." (It didn't go the way I'd hoped.) It's been a tough week and near the end of the session my Therapist tried to make a couple of jokes and tease me about something. I smiled but I also thought, "What is he doing? Is he sick of the sadness this week has brought?"

Ok, I know what he was doing was getting me ready for the long Holiday weekend. But it is hard not to read more into it. I can't imagine trying to read everything without seeing him. I've said it before, you are very brave.




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