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Re: My apologies to my therapist

Posted by DAisym on November 2, 2007, at 14:05:00

In reply to Re: My apologies to my therapist, posted by happyflower on November 2, 2007, at 13:26:33

I think we all know that what gets posted here is much more about "us" than "them." How we feel can sway the grammer, the punctuation and the sub-text of the thread. I know there are times when I've written about a session and taken it in and my therapist is very surprised at my assumptions or my conclusions. And I think I have a good memory for sessions!

Your therapist has shown himself to be accepting and "unflappable." He knows that however much you might "complain" about him, you have a strong, committed relationship. He cares - you care. You vent here -- or explore the feelings and thoughts in your head. I think that is what Babble is for.

I doubt he would think an apology is necessary. I think it is sweet you put it out here anyway.




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