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Re: too much information! Tamar

Posted by ButterflyHigh on September 25, 2005, at 21:34:14

In reply to Re: too much information! ButterflyHigh, posted by Tamar on September 25, 2005, at 17:23:40

> > What I really want to know is what hes reading at the moment, what kind of music he likes, what kind of social/political views he has Im a sad b*tch.

Welp nice to meet you lol cuz you took the words right out of my mouth concerning the above re: what our t's are doing, today my t called me and music was playing in the background like she was obviously driving, and I was wondering what she was doing on this Sunday afternoon. lol The thing is, she discloses some about herself, gave me a website she is on,which explains her background a little, so there is no mystery really.
I almost lost my current t b/c of anger :( Long story, I did apologize and called her in utter despair a few weeks ago asking if I could come back in and she allowed me to, and last session said, "I was pleased to hear from you" something no other therapist would have ever said to me, as well as making me feel good, that's important. Why is it sometimes, "it's all about the client in therapy", sometimes makes me feel even more frustrated - ya know I would hope one would want to know a bit about the person who is helping them take control of their life lol. Call me picky, but I don't think so lol!
:)

Smoke break! lol So much on this board.


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