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Re: A New Understanding (long)

Posted by Happyflower on May 8, 2008, at 21:13:32

In reply to A New Understanding (long), posted by rskontos on May 8, 2008, at 11:54:54

Hi Rk,

I really don't know what you should do. I remember your reservations early on about this, but because he has a "reputation" of being good,or he trained at a good school, you keep trying. But that doesn't mean he is good for you, sometimes things just don't click. And since you have talked to him about this, and nothing changed, maybe look into some others. You can shop around, don't dismiss MSW's either, they can be just as good or better. The key is finding the right person.
I know with my T, it has made a huge difference on how I can be open with my problems. I know he sincerely cares about me, and I trust him to help me. Seems like a little thing, but it is huge for some of us who needs to learn to trust, we need to learn that some people can be safe. If you can't be open with your T, who can you be open with? YOu need a T who you feel is on your side of recovery. I wish I could say something to help you more.




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