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Re: My therapist is extraordinary sometimes TherapyGirl

Posted by Dinah on May 28, 2010, at 6:26:29

In reply to Re: My therapist is extraordinary sometimes Dinah, posted by TherapyGirl on May 27, 2010, at 9:30:40

Hilly with lots of steps sounds like such a wonderful place to live.

Sadly, there never seems to be a shortage of dogs who need fostering.

I'm visiting her every day, and try to make her visit as normal as I can. It's not like she's acting as if she's feeling bad, though I know she must be.

I miss her so much. Dogs are like therapists in that they aren't like washing machines. I can't just move down to the next one when this one isn't around. My therapist acknowledges that I've done better since I have had her. I told him that when I have one of those very special dogs, part of who I am becomes part of who I am with her. Losing her will be like yanking out a part of myself. I don't think he understands. Maybe.

I've no talent for joy, I think. I have to borrow it from someone like her.

 

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