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Re: Why bother with therapy? stebby

Posted by fallsfall on August 24, 2003, at 21:14:17

In reply to Re: Why bother with therapy?, posted by stebby on August 24, 2003, at 20:17:40

I hope there is more to it than just talking it to death. I can't believe that frustrating us to death would be a good solution, either.

My new therapist did work on my transference. He talked to me, but I don't remember what he said - I know he was talking about the general topic of people being mad at other people (which is relevant to my transference). After that session I felt much better. That was the first time the transference pain was better after a session. The next session he asked me about how I felt about the transference, but I was in a fog and didn't understand his question. Then he was more blunt and asked if I felt better after the previous session. So he already knew that I felt better. Magic.

I want to know what is going on, but at the same time I kind of like the magic.

He brought on the transference this past session again. I believe (but I don't know for sure) that he did this on purpose. I think that he chose a topic that would make me think he was mad at me (and it worked). So, I guess I think he has the magic in both directions.

I could be all wrong, but that is how I see it today.




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