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Re: Learning so much from babble 10derHeart

Posted by Dinah on April 19, 2005, at 16:47:43

In reply to Re: Learning so much from babble pinkeye, posted by 10derHeart on April 19, 2005, at 16:37:13

Of course he will.

For one thing, he thinks internet stuff is beneath him, and he could never live with himself if he found himself reading an internet bulletin board.

And for another thing, he gets most of the benefits anyway since I bring most of the major themes to my therapy in the form of posts. We get to talk about things that don't even apply to me. Or that I'm not ready to admit apply to me. Or that I don't know apply to me.

lol. Or at least he thinks that. He always answers as if I'm bringing up a coded message about myself. "I have this friend who..."

But seriously, if you guys trust your therapists, I'd bring them posts or ideas from the board. Some of our deepest and most personally effective sessions have come from posts or ideas that have no direct bearing on my situation, yet shed light on something about me that I might not even realize.

We won't mention his conviction that I am a bit self righteous and preachy. :P We haven't worked on that one much.

And again, if he reads the board and violates my trust he deserves whatever he gets.




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