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Re: Therapist is retiring friesandcoke

Posted by TherapyGirl on May 21, 2008, at 21:21:30

In reply to Re: Therapist is retiring, posted by friesandcoke on May 21, 2008, at 1:00:25

It sounds like you are doing all the right things and it still sucks. Sigh...

Thanks for the support and advice. We didn't talk about it much today -- just mentioned the nightmares I had last week the night after our session (nothing directly about her leaving -- rather about something horrible happening to me and her not being there to help fix it). I'm numb right now. I think it was too much for me last week.

She would give me a referral to another T, but I told her I didn't want to do that. It feels like way too much work to me to start over with a new T. And it's not like I can replace her. I may change my mind later, but I don't think so. I did tell her today that if I'd known she was leaving that soon, I would have had them take my ovaries when I had my hysterectomy last month. She said, "But then you would be in menopause." I told her I that was the point -- that I could go through menopause while I still had her. I can't believe I had to tell her that.

I definitely think you should call your T and leave a message about the new T. She needs to get that ball rolling and keep you informed along the way.

I'll be thinking about you.




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