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Re: Crush on psychologist in training

Posted by sassyfrancesca on March 3, 2008, at 8:46:29

In reply to Re: Crush on psychologist in training estrellita, posted by sunnydays on March 2, 2008, at 21:09:14

Put two mature adults who love to tease and flirt in a room (which is dark, with flowers, candles and music);2 people who have so much in common it is hard to believe. We even have the same rare eye disease, and know 2 different men with such an odd name and they both play the violin. We are alike in oer 30 different ways (I know, I counted.)

As he said, "He allowed me to 'see' him"---and he can't go back......

I could write a book at what has transpired between us; I do repeat myself; the last thing he said to me: "If I were not married, I would probably go for it."

He is in a struggle with his feelings (he said: 'I am torn and confused, scared and conflicted.); we are both so open with each other.

He also said: "My colleagues would tell me to run fast and far, but I will never abandon you."

He is incredibly ethical one moment, and then teasing me the next....very confusing. I love him; I always will.

Francesca

P.S. We are both attending a conference in Hawaii; I will be all alone; may meet him at one of the seminars. I know all of the rules and regulations about client/therapist relationships.

The heart doesn't have boundaries. I do however, although it kills me.

He said: "We are both very restrained people."


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