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Re: words for abuse... B2chica

Posted by fairywings on October 20, 2005, at 9:03:11

In reply to words for abuse..., posted by B2chica on October 19, 2005, at 11:49:02

> do you ever wonder how your T words your 'issues' (abuse) to others?

I think, from what you've said, your T is very thoughtful and caring, knows how concerned you are about how things get communicated, and will be sensitive to that.


> anyway, my T asked me why it would be better if he told rather than me, and i told him 1.i'd be too ashamed and humiliated and embarrased and

And it would probably be hard to have to go through it all over again w/yet another person, even if it is your p-doc and even if you know he cares.


> so he's going to and then call me when he does. yes i'm still waiting for that phone call.

The waiting would be hard. I agree with everyone else, you need to know what's said, and it will give you some insight into maybe another way your T looks at your issues - using the more technical jargon. daisy's right, it might seem harsh, but try to see how much they care and want to help you feel better.

((hugs))
fw


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