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Re: Therapist seeing your sig. other Wittgenstein

Posted by RealMe on November 10, 2007, at 18:13:44

In reply to Therapist seeing your sig. other RealMe, posted by Wittgenstein on November 10, 2007, at 15:51:45


Good to hear from you. Yes you are correct; my T brought it up early on when we first started meeting in May after my disaster therapist. So many of us seem to have this.

So far, I am also sitting up though I am contemplating using the couch. I haven't said anything yet. My last session was okay. Much of it was spent talking about med's and how he thinks I should just stay with what I am on now. Also spent time on why did I get so triggered by him mentioning discussion of meds. So, he was more verbal than is typically the case. Just a different type of session, but afterwards I thought about some things related to closeness, my abuse, and my feelings for him, and I emailed him. I feel like an idiot now, and I am not so sure what he will think as I have discovered how to make him laugh and said something about this and feeling more comfortable with him that way. Unfortunately it also means that I perceive myself as being less vulnerable and more in control, and so now he knows this too. No more laughing I suspect.





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