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Re: upset

Posted by Mme All Talk on August 1, 2006, at 17:18:00

In reply to Re: upset, posted by ElaineM on July 31, 2006, at 22:05:37

My only advice is, therapists are people too, and as such, they make mistakes in jufgement as to what to say sometimes. That said, I imagine what happenned was really a blow to you and as somebody who is incredibly sensitive, especially to her therapists words, I imagine that felt really awful. I would encourage you to bring up what was said (in a calm way) to your therapist when you next speak and tell him how you felt. Even if he beleives he said nothing wrong, at least you will get the chance to express your feelings which is what is most important. As for no AC- yikes, I dont know how warm it is where you are but it is so hot by me that they opened cooling centers for he next few days. I hope you live far from the east coast and where ever else it is broiling. And just as a note for you or anyone on medications, it is not healthy to be in the warmth when you are on meds, pdocs should tell you that. Anyway, find a way to stay cool, and confront your therapist, you'l feel better...




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