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Re: Unfounded anger towards T JLynn

Posted by Shortelise on April 4, 2005, at 12:58:13

In reply to Unfounded anger towards T, posted by JLynn on April 3, 2005, at 20:45:46

It's common to feel anger toward out T's when dealing with scary stuff.

Talk with her about it, tell her how you feel, and look at it together. She is used to clients having these feelings, knows all about it and will help you explore it.

I got so angry with my T when I was going through some hard stuff - I used to go for run/walks and just pound the suttfing out of the pavement. And I was just relentless with him, accusing and just so angry. He was wonderful, kept as cool as cool.

Anger is absolutely OK, and "normal", and expected, and something that so many of us in therapy deal with. I believe it's important to talk it out with your T. Talk about it!!!!!

Hugs. I know how awful it can feel.

ShortE


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