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Re: Therapy and the Art of Topic Juggling javableue

Posted by Dinah on August 10, 2005, at 22:16:47

In reply to Therapy and the Art of Topic Juggling, posted by javableue on August 10, 2005, at 21:22:28

I can never fit in more than two or three topics in any one session.

Maybe you could do what I did, and create a big envelope of topics. All the things I'd like to (or think I should) get around to discussing. If I don't get to something on any given day, I add it to the big envelope, or I make a note on my date book at the time of the next appointment.

Although I must confess, it doesn't work all that well. Every time I reach for the big envelope of topics, my therapist accuses me of avoiding what I really want to talk about. And he's right, darn him, but that doesn't make the idea any less sound.




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