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Re: possible neg. of babble on the ther. relationhip » SatinDoll

Posted by Fallsfall on November 8, 2006, at 7:46:59

In reply to possible neg. of babble on the ther. relationhip, posted by SatinDoll on November 7, 2006, at 14:16:58

>I just wonder if I knew less about the therapy process, if I would concentrate on the therapy in the room and not on the outside stuff.

This was definately true with me. I read a ton of Psych books at one time. I have figured out that I did that because I didn't trust my therapist to be smart enough to figure out what to do. I thought I needed to know what was going on, or therapy wouldn't work.

But when I started to trust him, and just be present in the sessions. When I stopped trying to make sure the therapy was doing what I "wanted". This is when the therapy started to work.




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