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Re: Body Odor and therapist ethics ghost

Posted by TF on January 16, 2005, at 14:05:58

In reply to Re: Body Odor and therapist ethics, posted by ghost on January 16, 2005, at 9:21:39

Nope, no cologne. When I tried it, I got even worse reactions than before. It's like the odor molecules bred with the cologne molecules to create a mongrel super-stink. I was a walking biohazard.

Yeah, that the doctors won't acknowledge it while strangers do is the damndest thing... It led me to believe that maybe this odor wasn't an all-the-time thing, and came out only when I was nervous (Unlike many people, I'm actually calmer than usual when in the doctor's office.). That theory is kind of dashed to nothing when I'm not even thinking about the odor, and then people make offhand comments behind my back or as I'm walking by. So I don't think it's any sort of obsessive preoccupation (although my therapist in the psyche ward tried to pass it off as such.).




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