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Re: Attachment vs. transference twinleaf

Posted by pegasus on October 11, 2010, at 10:34:06

In reply to Re: Attachment vs. transference pegasus, posted by twinleaf on October 9, 2010, at 10:11:12

Oh, that sounds lovely, and very validating, and healing. And more like me older therapy.

On the other hand, I'm not necessarily minding that my new T wants to talk explicitly about the transference, either. It *is* interesting when he points out when I seem to be thinking or worrying about a reaction he has, and then tells me what his real reaction is. And then we talk about maybe why I went where I went with it. Maybe that's why I'm confused. I kind of want to do it both ways.

Maybe it's what you say, that I want permission to let the attachment develop and be real, without being interpreted into nothing. But I also want to see more clearly where I have my own internal tendencies.

Thanks for helping me clarify that for myself.

- P




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