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Re: Counter-transference : a novel / fallsfall

Posted by fairywings on October 22, 2005, at 15:02:03

In reply to Counter-transference : a novel /, posted by fallsfall on October 21, 2005, at 18:00:36

I understand what you're saying and I understand what your T is saying, but i wonder if some T's never talk about the things that bother them about clients, and if they don't how they deal with all of that inside themselves never uttering a word to anyone else.

i think i would be so much more inhibited about saying things or being completely honest if there weren't babble. i hold my cards so close to the vest, and ppl here make me feel validated, and like it's okay to say whatever i'm feeling. i would feel so alone and depressed if i didn't have other ppl to talk to about this stuff, ppl who understand, and have been there before. i can understand not wanting other ppl in the room during your stuff, but the fact is there are other ppl in your life, and other ppl who affect your life, thus your therapy.

i guess i'd never feel comfortable bringing babble up in therapy, so this issue won't ever be discussed with my T, so I won't know how he feels about it. I hope you two come to a comfortable conclusion to this.

fw


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