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Re: I have a question... I'm a little annoyed littlegirllost

Posted by muffled on January 25, 2006, at 14:25:21

In reply to I have a question... I'm a little annoyed, posted by littlegirllost on January 25, 2006, at 12:27:27

> Hello,
> I'm a little annoyed and have a question.
> Isn't there supposed to be some sort of continuity from session to session? And if so, whose responsibility is it?
> After my last session, I was annoyed by the time I got to my car. There is always something I forget to bring up; it happened again. A few months ago, I was having this problem and I would write each week and bring it in and she would read it. But, we never really talked about any of it; so why bother? The last thing I wrote was longer and deeper than anything I've ever written. Stupid me for giving it to her on my way out, but still, not a word was said at our next appt either. So I've given up on writing. I don't remember everything every week and can't afford to go more often. Lately with all the turmoil at work and stuff, it feels like crisis management each week... no sense of continuity, which seemed fine, but every now and then it annoys me.

It freaking annoys the bloody hell oughhta me. I have the exact same problem. I write and write and I dunno if she's even 'getting' what I write. We NEVER get thru barely any of my writings. And its not like she a clock watcher either. There just seems to be so much 'stuff' and confusion and it never get adressed.
So you not alone LGL.
Mebbe someone has ideas. Dunno what they could possibly be. I can't affaord more sessions either.




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