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Re: contact w/T after last session pegasus

Posted by rs on February 7, 2004, at 20:37:25

In reply to Re: contact w/T after last session, posted by pegasus on February 7, 2004, at 13:41:58

Hi. New here. Would like to say I am so sorry abut what you are feeling right now.
I did metione in another post I lost my T about 3 years ago due to his move. Painful. But what made it worse that there was no further contact after that. All he told me was what state he moved to. Thought that was very unfair but maybe for the best here because it would of been harder to let go. Someone did a search for me a few months ago and got his address. I did write to him to express how angry I was over his move. He did respond and says he thinks about me and wonders if I started therapy again and how I was doing. I know this T will never forget me due to the work we were doing together. I was like a whole new experince for him in which I hope he is able to work again with someone like me to help them. Also that he would talk with new T if helpful. I choice not to. But just would like you to know I hear you. Tell my new T at all times that fear that this will happen again and could not feel that pain again. Also think many times this gets in my way of therapy now. Please hang in there and it does get easier. Yes many times would love to call him and just say hi but scared to do that. Maybe some day I will. Tell my T that and he sees no problem with that.


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