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Re: Getting really bored of therapy Tamar

Posted by pinkeye on April 20, 2005, at 14:13:45

In reply to Re: Getting really bored of therapy pinkeye, posted by Tamar on April 20, 2005, at 4:02:15

That is a good point. I don't know if I am trying to avoid talking about something.. I never thought I am of that type. I can talk about almost everything.

In fact, today I had a therapy session and she cancelled it last week, but I totally forgot all about it until yesterday late night. I kept the alarm to wake up early and went to sleep and then realized that I don't have therapy today. That is the kind of indifference that I am getting to w.r.t therapy these days. And when I realized I didn't have to get up early to go to therapy, I was just so relieved. I hardly ever think about anything she said in the sessions, and I don't connect with her emotionally at all.. She is almsot like a perfect blank mirror, and I don't see any reaason why I should go and tell everything to a inhuman personality.. But she does help me and is very good in her insights. But I feel if I don't make any differene to her whatsoever and she doesn't make any difference to me whatsoever and there is no warmth and affections in the relationship, and I don't have too many issues to work on also, then why just bother?


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