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Re: Unethical Ts and qualifications » toojane

Posted by wishingstar on October 31, 2006, at 22:29:39

In reply to Re: Unethical Ts and qualifications » wishingstar, posted by toojane on October 30, 2006, at 21:27:53

> I care very much. Isn't that strange? Not having met you at all. But reading your posts is heartbreaking at times. I'm not sure exactly why. There are many wrenching stories posted here. I suppose it's like reading a book - some characters you seem to connect with, maybe because their experiences are somewhat familiar.

*** I really appreciate that. It means a lot to me that you care and connect to me exeriences.. although I would never want anyone to connect because theyre been somewhere similar. I wish no one here would hurt anymore.

> I remember reading about the time you drove two hours to see Laurie only to find that she had mixed up your appointment and you watched her call someone else in for your session. That happened to me too! Not the driving two hours part but the rest. You were certain you had the appointment card at home. Mine was right there in my purse. She had me mistakenly written in her book for the next day. Reading your post, I felt like I knew exactly what you were feeling.

***Oh gosh.. I'm sorry you went through that too. I havent thought about it recently, but even now, it still hurts when I do. That is a very painful thing to go through. And it really wasnt even about having driven 2 hours at all. But thank you for telling me you can relate. It makes me feel not quite so alone.

(I have no idea how this became about me.. I didnt mean for that to happen. Sorry!)




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