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Re: cursing in therapy sessions

Posted by annierose on July 19, 2009, at 20:30:38

In reply to Re: cursing in therapy sessions, posted by TherapyGirl on July 19, 2009, at 19:56:23

I have used bad language in therapy. Sometimes about others .. sometimes about my therapist. I know I said "F*ck you" once. She did not get angry per se, but she did tell me that it wasn't pleasant being on the receiving end of my anger. So in her own way, she let me know that this isn't the way to properly communicate my feelings when I am upset.

That being said ... I still swear now and then about other people or situations.

This conversation makes me smile. When I went off to college, I was in shock hearing people's language. I grew up in a home that never swore. I think I knew if I did, I would be in big time trouble with my dad and mom. One of my house mates swore ALL the time ... happy, sad, indifferent, she swore. I was so shocked and stunned. But by the second year, I easily began using one of those words because they held less meaning to me.




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