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Re: Why bother with therapy? stebby

Posted by fallsfall on August 26, 2003, at 21:32:29

In reply to Re: Why bother with therapy? fallsfall, posted by stebby on August 26, 2003, at 20:02:37

The decreased reaction after a therapy session is definately related to changing therapists. It was like night and day. Even when I have a really rough session with my new therapist, it doesn't affect me as long as it did with my old therapist.

I really don't know how other people feel after their therapy. It would be interesting to know. Anyone want to tell us how a therapy session affects you?

When I was healthy enough to work, I didn't have the same problem after each session. So I could go to work (30 minute drive in between) and be OK. But my job allowed me to pretty much hide in front of my computer if I didn't want to talk to people. I also don't want to do something immediately because I want to think about what we talked about.

Good luck next week!




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