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Re: therapists always validating?

Posted by Tabitha on September 3, 2003, at 13:48:22

In reply to therapists always validating?, posted by Penny on September 3, 2003, at 10:51:25

Mine is usually validating to me when I talk about conflict, and I've wondered the same thing.. how can she really judge the situation?

But she's not 100% validating, so I have to think maybe she's using some sensible judgement. I also think she's gotten the impression I'm generally too hard on myself, so perhaps she reflexively defends me.

Hey, have you ever considered taking your roommate to a session with you? I've never heard of roommate counseling before, but why not?




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