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Re: a therapy survey- anything you might want to s obsidian

Posted by sassyfrancesca on November 24, 2008, at 8:17:04

In reply to a therapy survey- anything you might want to share, posted by obsidian on November 24, 2008, at 1:42:47

> pick one...make up one...whatever you like
> I'd love to hear it!
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> 1) What are you working on in therapy?

Nothing specific.....he's my support (after being married to an abuser for 31 years and divorced.
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> 2) What led you into therapy?
My reason for going to therapy is probably different from everyone else's: He is a pastor as well, and expert in spiritual abuse. I went to him, because unless I agreed to "reconcile" my church was going to vote me out of membership; my t journeyed with me for the 18 months in which I fought the system.
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> 3) What are some of the problems that may be associated with therapy?
Falling in love. This is what happened to me.
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> 4) Is there some part of therapy or characteristic of therapy that you find especially helpful? No
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> 4) Do you feel like you have been through different stages in therapy? Yes
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> 5) What's one problem that you can't seem to get rid of or something you have a hard time changing?
cant make myself NOT love him.
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> 6) What have you gained from therapy?
Even though I love someone I cannot have, he will always be part of my soul. He was the 1st person to ever stand up for me in my life.
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> 7) Do you think your therapist cares about you?
No question.....he said years ago, "Isn't it enough that I love you."
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> 8) Is there anything related to therapy that you wish you had done differently?
No.
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> 9) What part of you do you think is most active and/or present in therapy? is it a particular part of you from the past?

Not really; I feel in the now (of course there's always the subconscious working)
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> 10) What is "the question" you might be asking in the therapy process?

None.....

Perhaps the question I should ask him is why has he led me on? I just can't right now. I deserve that answer.
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