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Re: Ahhhh, some therapy relief at last gardenergirl

Posted by Annierose on August 28, 2005, at 22:20:41

In reply to Re: Ahhhh, some therapy relief at last Annierose, posted by gardenergirl on August 28, 2005, at 15:47:22

I guess I feel silly crying there. She has even gone so far and asked me why I keep stopping the stream of tears, "I have kleenex, and I'm here and prepared if you cry ...." It's not that I don't ever cry, but it's a trickle of tears. I'm holding back the flood. Afterall, I go from her office to work on 2 of the 3 days.

Another answer just popped into my head. When my son and I were involved in the car accident last Spring, I did sob heavily in her office. I was completely distraught, beside myself with raw grief (he was in ICU under "observation" even though NOTHING was injured ... but that's another story). Anyway, as sympathic and understanding and wonderful as my T was, and she was, I felt naked crying there. To cry so hard and not have the other human being in that room physically comfort me was difficult to endure. Again - my mom couldn't comfort me in that way either. So my therapist boundaries trip me up. See how I answered my own question by babbling. Now do you think I can share this with her?????

 

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