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Re: Wanting comfort » Tamar

Posted by Dinah on October 13, 2006, at 7:56:24

In reply to Wanting comfort, posted by Tamar on October 13, 2006, at 6:20:33


I know it doesn't help much, but it sounds like something's going on in his own life. When my therapist was stressed out, he once crossed a telephone appointment with me off his calendar to go to the dentist, and didn't think of calling me to say so.

My therapist is worse at this when he's under stress, but he's always bad. I've eventually decided not to take it personally (after a lot of nonconfrontational discussions and a few confrontational ones). Now it's sort of an inside joke between us, and I work at usually finding it an endearing quality.




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