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The T. and shrink stuff. Is it really needed?

Posted by terrics on September 21, 2005, at 22:29:49

I often feel myself pulled back into therapy even though I think I may be 'normal' and that my problems are normal. I think T. makes something out of nothing...and don't forget if they are experienced they have heard it all. We are not unique. No matter what we think, most ts. are technicians. They only 'care' about us in a certain context no matter what we choose to believe. I am sure there is a very occasional exception. i think therapy may be addictive and if I let it go I will lead a better life not always contemplating myself and my problems. p.s. when I am feeling badly I do not think that anything I have said is true.

P-Docs do not seem to get to involved with problems. Once they have found a reasonable med. solution they just prescribe and check up.

I don't think this is very coherent. terrics




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