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Re: Therapist is retiring

Posted by friesandcoke on May 5, 2008, at 22:05:10

In reply to Re: Therapist is retiring friesandcoke, posted by TherapyGirl on May 5, 2008, at 13:00:34

> I have no idea how to make this easier because I'm in the same boat. My T of 23 years will be retiring at the end of 2009. I just found out.
> I'll be thinking about you, Fries, and hoping it goes as well as it can. But I know it's devastating.
> (((((((Friesandcoke))))))))

Thank you for posting. My therapist is retiring in June! I am sick to my stomach. This has really been emotionally troubling for me. Almost like a death!! I am very upset with her too now which doesn't help. But I have not been able to express that part, just the sadness. I have alluded to "I don't think you should retire, why are you retiring", etc. but it does not help and that only makes me angrier. Now that I have gotten alot of the sadness out, I am getting in touch with the anger but I don't need this stuff. I have enough emotional turmoil. I am very, very upset. She became a mother figure to me. It is like losing my mother. My own mother is an absentee mother. I am very upset. I am sorry for you too that you have to face this. Believe me it is is no fun. Start talking about it now with her and get it all out while you have her. Express everything. All I have been able to do is sit there and cry. I feel your pain though. I really do.




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