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Re: My therapist said no

Posted by friesandcoke on July 26, 2009, at 17:30:38

In reply to My therapist said no, posted by Dinah on July 26, 2009, at 14:14:07

if he is making you feel this uncomfortable frequently you have the right to move on. i know you know that....but just wanted to say so. Hurtful comments can be passive aggressive behavior, even from a T. Especially from a T since they can't come right out and attack you. If you think your T doesn't "like" you, I would move on. It is going to make you feel even worse about yourself thinking he doesn't so much as "like" you. I know you didn't say anything about that but I wanted to throw that in. I haven't felt "liked" by any of the therapists I have interviewed, really. None of them have been the friendly, welcoming types. I mean you are going there with painful issues, you would think they would go out of their way to make you feel welcomed on your first visit instead of just acting like you are just another appointment they have that day. And that feeling has been a real turn off for me. I want to feel really understood and compassion when I go for a first appointment and explain my old T has retired and I am sad.




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