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Re: My session Tamar

Posted by Annierose on October 21, 2005, at 15:37:43

In reply to Re: My session annierose, posted by Tamar on October 21, 2005, at 15:09:35

Hi Tamar -

Are you proud of me for starting this conversation? You personally know how I am struggling --- but I haven't gotten all of it out yet.

But I was brave. After she told me how much time I had left, I said, "I want to get back to our conversation on daydreams and fantasies." I think I heard her turn to a new sheet of paper to start writing notes. And of course, when I mentioned her husband in the daydream (not a sexual situation at all --- a dinner party) that perked her ears up even more. I surprised myself. As we only had 9 minutes (thankfully), she was understanding and interested in these thoughts of mine, without making me feel uncomfortable. And then she asked a typical psychologist question, "if I met you at a dinner party, why wouldn't I like you?". I told her I hated that question. I'd rather her tell me why she would like me. Then she asked, "if I lived on your block, would we like each other?" (or something like that). If we didn't have this prior relationship, I think she would like me the more she got to know me. She's more conversative than I. But she has a good sense of humor, she's smart, a working mom, etc. etc. ... I would like her.

And so it goes ...

But as you know, there is more to share.

 

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