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Re: Went to end therapy but he talked me out of-lo rskontos

Posted by B2chica on May 20, 2008, at 10:28:05

In reply to Went to end therapy but he talked me out of-long, posted by rskontos on May 19, 2008, at 16:04:30

first, if you are sure in your gut that he is not the right one, don't let this persuade you. ANY T you get should care this much. continue on with your search, you can decide for sure later if you want to ditch him but you can always contine with a search...

Now with that said...
i must say i'm impressed. he seems to really want you treatment to improve. it reminds me of my T. about the money. i couldn't afford to see my T every week but my T and i agreed that it was important to my health to see her every week so she agreed to 'write off' every other week. and to have your T offer free treatment. that alone is reason to give a second try at least for a little while longer.
if you are ok with your husband knowing all what is going on with you, i like your T wanting to bring him in and talk with you two together about it. i think it is the best situation. also then he meets T and knows who you are seeing each week and won't feel threatened (as some DH do).

and i think you most certainly SHOULD call him on his sleepiness! DO IT! talk about it see what's going on. maybe he has narcalepsy and doesn't know it??
or he can listen but can't keep his eyelids open at the same time??
don't mean to joke but gotta sometimes right?
there's no way you're "making anything up", but sometimes people close their lids when their listening? who knows what's going on..i say lets get to the bottom of this mystery.
and i TOTALLY agree with raisin, there are TWO people in the room, BOTH perceptions are valid. well said raisin.
DONT let someone else make you second guess or doubt your perceptions, or let someone else's perceptions make you feel yours are less real.

ANd he was Very well spoken yes...but look what it took to get that out of him??
maybe this is a turning point, maybe it will continue to be the same old way.
if you are still not sure about this relationship
i say give it a few more sessions and then make your decision again. Start looking.
b2c


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