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Re: Bad session. Lost my safe place! (long)

Posted by 10derHeart on April 18, 2005, at 21:29:33

In reply to Re: Bad session. Lost my safe place! (long), posted by rockymtnhi on April 18, 2005, at 20:15:16

I'm sorry, gg. What a lousy thing to happen - ever - but right now especially. I can't help but think it must be so much worse for you sometimes, too, having to switch to the "other chair" all the time. Knowing what you do and doing what you do must make it harder to keep the hurt feelings about how he was out of the rest of your "work stuff." Not to mention the complications in relationship with hubby when your safe place is shaken. You poor thing.

T. MUST have been having a really bad day around most of that stuff. It was just too extreme. But if he's been interrupting for a while now...that's weird. With mine, I'm the one trying with all my might not to interrupt and aplogizing for doing so when I lose control (ADD thing). But from years of doing this to people (literally many times a day before ADD meds...) I know how awful it can make them feel. Silenced, shut down and disrespected. I never meant for people to feel that way - but I found out they did.

Because there were several different issues, I would love to see you print your post and have him read it. You could always edit it a little bit... But I don't suppose you'll do that. Not sure I would either. Pretty scary.

Over the long haul, I don't recall him being so insensitive, and it seems you two have done good work together. So it seems you have to hash this out - and thoroughly. <sigh> Gosh, I wish I had some brilliant words for you. When will you see him again?




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