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Re: I Agree With Dinah Rigby

Posted by crushedout on September 2, 2003, at 16:19:41

In reply to Re: I Agree With Dinah, posted by Rigby on September 2, 2003, at 14:50:52

Well, the reason is I didn't pursue it. But no, I'm pretty sure she meant that I was beautiful physically. Her exact words were: "I find you very beautiful." There was an implied "but" in my mind after, although she didn't say it. Maybe it's wishful thinking on my part, but some of it is a sort of sexual flirtation or teasing coming from her, and I'm just wondering whether there is in fact a therapeutic reason for it. I'm going to try to ask her although it may be hard, since I'm afraid of the answer. (I like the teasing and I don't want her to stop, also.)

> Is there a reason you're not sure if she confessed sexual energy? It may be that you want her to say it so badly that you might be reading into it? Also, saying that she finds you beautiful could also mean a beautiful person. I'm not doubting you at all but I know when I had it bad I was so eager to intepret anything as being a clue to her wanting me as much as I wanted her. I think it wouldn't hurt to talk directly with her about all of it--I have a feeling it'll take the steam out of things which will I think make you feel lots better--you don't want to have a crush on your therapist--it'll be highly, highly frustrating not to mention, in the end, most likely pretty darn messy.




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