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Re: What Would You Do??? (Maybe Trigger?) TherapyGirl

Posted by susan47 on June 29, 2006, at 11:13:21

In reply to Re: What Would You Do??? (Maybe Trigger?) fairywings, posted by TherapyGirl on June 27, 2006, at 17:39:28

I'm so sorry about your son needing serious surgery and please keep us posted on how everything goes .. your therapist sounds so much like she could be my last T, who I probably should still be seeing but don't trust .. it only took a few appointments to get that she has a lot of other stuff going on in her own head that can interfere with what's going on. If you've been with this T for 21 years (is that right?) though there must be a history of her doing good listening and good work with you but on the other hand all good things do come to an end I suppose .. friendships included and I guess a T relationship is like that too. I sometimes have to let go of people to, for my own good and it's just disappointing to have to pay someone and have them let you down .. because really, they should be supporting us more than any friend ever would, that is the emotional side of the contract we enter into. Damn, excuse my language. I'm a bit cynical about T's sometimes. I wish you so much good in whatever you have to do, but get as much good positive support from everyone else that you can, and exclude the therapist if you have to. IMO, she did let you down by not listening well and she's covering her tracks by saying it's your fault for not communicating it well enough ... ??? ... how much did you have to pay for that little blame game?




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