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Re: Question for Dr. Bob- no right or wrong answer...

Posted by daisym on April 20, 2005, at 2:04:35

In reply to Re: Question for Dr. Bob- no right or wrong answer... sunny10, posted by PM80 on April 19, 2005, at 16:19:01

I'm not Dr. Bob either -- but my therapist has told me he has been part of a men's group for years and he gets support from that. He also is married to a therapist so I assume they support each other. When I worry about how isolating this job can be, (you can't discuss clients, and have to be so careful about privacy), he pointed out that he has peers in his practice and they sort of are in and around for each other during the day.

I asked him if he resented me for the anxiety I've caused for him. He said no, he can handle it and is. STill, it is an old pattern for me to worry about how much trouble I'm causing. I expect him to get angry at some point.

Why are you asking the question, if i can ask?

 

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