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Re: Dependent on a stranger vwoolf

Posted by All Done on August 8, 2006, at 4:34:42

In reply to Re: Dependent on a stranger, posted by vwoolf on August 8, 2006, at 2:59:42

> It's really hard, this one. I mean, they are just human, and they must at times behave in ways that are not integritous (is that a word? what I mean is "full of integrity")
> How would you feel if, at a party say, you overheard someone talking about your t and saying things that made you feel that he/she had acted in ways that were not kind or generous. For example, if he/she was getting divorced and you heard some of the details of the settlement, which showed that he/she was actually quite mean and grasping. Would that shake the way you felt about him/her in therapy?

I think it would. There's only so much of a person's real self they can hide for any length of time. And even if he's really good at hiding it, that in itself seems kind of unfair and deceptive to me.

I realize that it's best for me to not know all about him. I certainly wouldn't expect to know all about my GP or an ER doctor and I could be literally trusting them with my life. I guess this is so different because it's such an interpersonal relationship.

Nice to see you here vwoolf.




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