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Re: Difficult decision Tamar

Posted by pinkeye on April 11, 2005, at 14:24:16

In reply to Re: Difficult decision pinkeye, posted by Tamar on April 11, 2005, at 14:16:25

Besides, lots of times, parents really can't see what their kids are doing straight.. Like Shortelise mentioned above, I have the same problem. My parents always thought I was a perfectly happy child, when I was really tensed, anxious, worried all the time, negative, and suppressed my emotions. My parents didn't have a clue that I was going through all these for years.. They always thought they brought me up perfectly well, and I was the best child in the whole world :-)

Even now, they are in still in denial for a large part.

So asking your mother may not really cut it.

But I also see your point on why you want to go back to your old T. That might be something you should consider. When I went to my old T, I really went for a small marital issue, and it was resolved in a few sessions. But then I kept writing to him and emailing him on and on, and did that for 2 more years.. And I really believe, that is when most of the cures came from. If you went for a short term therapy for a specific issue, but you feel you need to be on long term therapy, and if you can afford it and he is willing to let you do it with him, why not go for it?




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