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Re: Recipe for disaster? long pinkeye

Posted by Dinah on April 8, 2005, at 21:15:46

In reply to Re: Recipe for disaster? long daisym, posted by pinkeye on April 8, 2005, at 20:22:19

Which doesn't mean that disaster doesn't loom for me anyway.

I was telling my therapist today that when he suddenly announces he is going out of town for a week, it sort of reminds me that he could just as easily suddenly announce that he wasn't going to do therapy anymore, or he was moving for personal reasons or something.

He didn't get it. He said he was sorry I felt that way, because it must be painful. But that he didn't understand why such a remote possibility would come to my mind when he was leaving for a trip. (Duh. Little abandonment leads to fear of big abandonment. Is he really that dense?) And that most of his clients just say "OK" when he tells them he'll be away.

He's such an imbecile sometimes.

Disaster doesn't seem all that out of the question.




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