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Re: Wanting comfort » ClearSkies

Posted by Tamar on October 14, 2006, at 8:18:16

In reply to Re: Wanting comfort » Tamar, posted by ClearSkies on October 13, 2006, at 9:30:30

> (((Tamar))) if you aren't able to tell your T how troubling and damaging his preoccupation is, maybe you could write him a note?

Y’know, I still haven’t done that. Well, I’ve written him dozens of notes… nearly every day… but I never give them to him because when I read them later they seem inarticulate and unfair and silly. Maybe it’s finally time to make him read, because I never manage to say the things I really want him to hear.

> When it happened to me (with one of the Ts I cycled through until I found a good'un), I got so angry that I'd tell her to read my file for a new minutes so she could refresh her memory. She said at one point that she should hire me to organize her practice. (!!!!) I pretty much gave up on her then - she wasn't able to give me the support I needed.

Gosh, how awful. I don’t understand why they bother taking notes (or keeping diaries) if they’re not going to look at them!




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