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Re: What kind of chair .... Dinah

Posted by Lonely on March 17, 2008, at 18:34:11

In reply to Re: What kind of chair .... mair, posted by Dinah on March 16, 2008, at 22:38:00

I've always wondered about that - safety issues for the T. One T informed me she could handle anything. That would really scare me about being a T - and I'm not a T and no plans for such a career.

I'm small too and although I can get very angry no T has ever been in danger because of me. I did notice, though, that one T was visibly shaken when I walked up to her chair to show her how another T was treating someone close to me. There was no physical contact at all and I explained what I was doing before I walked the 4 steps - it was just leaning a bit into the other person's space and strong eye contact. It was not typical of me so maybe that shook up the T. Poor T !

> Mair, I felt that way when I was in his first office. Both his loveseat and the chairs are easy to get out of, and not too mushy. But I always wanted to be closest to the door in case I needed to make a run for it. And I think I perched in one of the chairs, and he took the loveseat. I usually prefer to perch.




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