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Re: how does your therapist dress?

Posted by fleeting flutterby on July 23, 2009, at 11:57:05

In reply to how does your therapist dress?, posted by friesandcoke on July 22, 2009, at 22:29:58

It's interesting, isn't it-- how people's preferences can be so different.

The T. I see currently, wears a wide array of outfits, from skirts and dresses-- to professional pant suits-- to capri pants(peddle pushers) and sandals. I feel more comfortable when she is dressed in something I would find comfortable to wear myself. Dressed professionally sends me an aura of -- "they think they're better than me", "they will be strictly by the book - no gray areas" (i struggle to find gray areas, so thinking my therapist would also be as strict really sends me into emotional isolation) I was raised to dislike/distrust professionals and educated people, or people that have money(not that I feel that way now, no, no, no-- I don't dislike anyone until I truly get to know them)........
I came from a family with blue collar roots......





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