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Re: Therapist crying

Posted by sunnydays on May 23, 2008, at 12:23:27

In reply to Re: Therapist crying Brennan, posted by Dinah on May 23, 2008, at 10:10:31

I have never had my therapist openly cry, but there was once or twice when he took off his glasses and wiped his eyes... now I can't be sure that it wasn't allergies since I know he has those too, but I think that he was touched at those moments by what I was saying. That felt appropriate to me, and although I was a tiny bit uncomfortable because I was worried he wouldn't like it if I made him sad, it also felt really empathetic that he could be touched by what I was saying. What's the saying? "Different strokes for different folks"?

sunnydays


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