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Re: Ideal Therapist Poet

Posted by alexandra_k on September 5, 2013, at 1:36:59

In reply to Re: Ideal Therapist alexandra_k, posted by Poet on September 1, 2013, at 15:38:05

> I consider myself very fortunate that I found a therapist that has stuck with me for 11 years. What I like about her is that she has a sense of humor, understands sarcasm, stopped pushing me when she realized it just got me angry,and I believe the compassion she shows is real.

That is wonderful that she has stuck with you for 11 years. I guess... You also have stuck with her. Haven't outgrown her, or gone off to greener pastures.

How do you mean 'understands sarcasm'? I can be sarcastic sometimes... I'm wondering what it is about the way she responds to that that you like.

That is good that she knows when to stop pushing / when to back off. That is important to me, too. Genuineness... That is important too, yeah. Genuine empathy.

I think my t in North Carolina thought I was a selfish little bitch, sometimes. Or that I was full of complaining about a bunch of nothing. It didn't harm me for some reason... Maybe because she was young. But then, I never really got attached to her or made myself particularly vulnerable to her. Perhaps because of that. (Though if it wasn't that reason it would have been another it is still true that that was in fact the reason).




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