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Re: Insulin and therapy Racer

Posted by Dinah on February 5, 2004, at 20:18:52

In reply to Insulin and therapy Dinah, posted by Racer on February 5, 2004, at 20:07:54

Oh no, it's very helpful to me. Because I really do think he was trying to understand. When he's not trying to understand his approach is much different.

I guess my knee jerk defensiveness comes partly from the fact that as administrator of the company medical reimbursement plan I had to jump through hoops to prove that my therapy was a reimburseable expense. He had come up with something he had read about it not being reimburseable unless it was for a medical condition (not for personal growth), hence the prescription from my doctor. And my therapist said "Of course it's not for personal growth!!!" with such enthusiasm that it was a bit insulting. But it was a bit scary there for a bit, and I had to disclose more than I really wanted to.

This time really does seem different, and it does help to hear the different takes on what he said, because it's hard to get past the past.

Still... I hope he's said what he wanted to say and doesn't want to continue discussing it.




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