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Re: Body Odor and therapist ethics alexandra_k

Posted by TF on January 16, 2005, at 13:57:51

In reply to Re: Body Odor and therapist ethics TF, posted by alexandra_k on January 15, 2005, at 23:20:12

I just got out of the psyche ward a couple of weeks ago (There was a misunderstanding related to this issue, which led my family and the police to believe that I was a danger to myself. I wasn't.), and they set me up with a counselor when I got out. So I'm going to see him on Tuesday for the first time. I'm really kind of insulted that they think they can fool me into believing that I don't smell. Many times I get the impression, when meeting people in person, that they think I'm a cretin (It's partly true, although people often get carried away with that perception, and end up thinking I'm a complete inebriate.).

I'm not so sure that it's a good idea to just point out things in the counselor's behavior that trigger the feeling that they're disgusted with me... Many of these people seem pretty quick on their feet as far as giving BS excuses. Going by ear is becoming much less practical for me, as more and more liars make themselves known.




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