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Re: Love with therapist Stamper

Posted by judy1 on November 12, 2002, at 11:39:48

In reply to Re: Love with therapist Stamper, posted by Stamper on November 11, 2002, at 21:25:33

If you are feeling uncomfortable, then trust your instinct that something is wrong. Many therapists talk about their personal lives in an effort to make their clients feel at ease (I've written recently about mine when he spent 50 minutes of an hour session doing that, but I was more ticked about the waste of a session- not what he was telling me), but that's a far cry from having a therapist tell you he/she loves you and tries for physical intimacy. If you genuinely feel he has helped you in the past, then either write a letter or tell him face-to-face that you are uncomfortable with his revealing his personal life. He should respect that and stop- if not then you need to move on.
Take care, judy




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