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Re: Male or female T? twinleaf

Posted by Maxime on February 2, 2008, at 0:00:28

In reply to Re: Male or female T? Maxime, posted by twinleaf on February 1, 2008, at 23:47:46

> When you let your mind float freely over what qualities you would like to have in a therapist, does it seem that you are talking to a man or a woman?

It's strange. I have a fear of men, but I tend to like them as therapists. I want some one is empathetic, non judgemental, nurturing and gentle. My interim therapist is respectful and will never play games with me and that is important.

Sometimes I find that women are not always gentle because they feel like they have to prove something to world. Do you know what I mean?

Although the best T I had was female. She was nurturing and quiet. She had recovred from anorexia and I found her to be inspiring.

It's hard to know.

Maxime

 

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