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Re: One obvious question remains: JenStar

Posted by happyflower on October 21, 2005, at 22:27:08

In reply to Re: One obvious question remains: happyflower, posted by JenStar on October 21, 2005, at 21:49:47

> Maybe you'll figure out more about the attraction thing based on whether he brings his wife/kids/etc.
Hey Jen!
Well his only kid is his daughter, and she is away at college. So I guess that just leaves his wife and I don't know much about her. It does seem to me by all the stuff he has said about himself and his family, it seems like they do a lot of things apart. I am even questioning if he is really married or separated. Because when I first started therapy, he had a wedding ring on I think, but he does not wear one now. I don't know when he stopped wearing it though, I don't know even if it means anything. I guess he could tell me he is married, and still be separated from her, right? Who knows, I know I am putting the cart in front of the horse.

The concert will be interesting, because my stepdaugher and her husband might come too. I think I wouldn't have a problem introducing him to them, but my SD doesn't know I am in therapy, and I wouldn't say how I know him, of course my DH would reconize his name. My kids have already met him months ago. But my T said in the public, he allows the client to make the first move at a conversation, so I guess it would be up to me to introduce him.
He also said he would wear his T disguse so I won't see him! LOL But if he starts dancing and singing in the isle like he said he would, I think I won't be introducing him to anyone I know. LOL



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