Posted by jammerlich on June 21, 2005, at 22:03:20
In reply to Re: Writing Letter to Therapist » jammerlich, posted by Dinah on June 21, 2005, at 18:49:30
<<<<<<<My handwriting is so bad that even I can't read it. So that's not something I've given much thought to out of sheer practicality.
>>>>>>>One of the reasons I'm considering handwriting is because she told me several time that my handwriting is beautiful. I'd kind of like to remind her of something positive about myself.
<<<<<<<How did your termination come about? What sort of response do you expect and fear? What do you hope to accomplish? Are you prepared for whatever outcome you get? Do you have support available if you think you need it? (A general Babble rule is that no question needs to be answered. They can just be considered rhetorical if you prefer.)
>>>>>>> My termination came about because she wanted me to do something I felt wasn't in my best interest. Not because we had finished our work or because she was moving on to something else. My purpose in writing her is to let her know I'm in a different place than I was when we parted ways and to ask her to meet with me to see if we can meet somewhere in the middle and work together again. I fear and expect that she will refuse. And I guess I'm prepared for it because if she does indeed say no, I'm no worse off than I am now. Do I have support? Not really, but it's been the case all these months so it doesn't seem to matter.