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cursing in therapy sessions

Posted by friesandcoke on July 19, 2009, at 15:21:05

if you feel like saying "you really f***** up" is that OK in therapy? I always change it to things like "you really messed up". simply because i don't think cursing at someone is my ideal for me. however if i feel like saying "f***** up" should i be true to myself? i would also like to ask if a therapist would take that kind of language to heart and possibly reject you as a client. i would like to say sometimes "you are a f****** idiot" but change it to more civilized language and am really torn about what is acceptable and what isn't acceptable TO A THERAPIST. Any idea?




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