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Re: I exasperate my T (and then some rambling) terrics

Posted by crushedout on April 2, 2004, at 17:18:19

In reply to Re: I exasperate my T (and then some rambling) crushedout, posted by terrics on April 2, 2004, at 16:36:25

Yes, that was me. My T said she had felt attracted to me at time, and wanted to take care of me (and made me a mix CD because she wanted to take care of me). But I don't know if I'd say she was "interested." And I suspect she's gotten over those feelings at this point because I've made her feel too suffocated or something, and she doesn't like that I've started to SI. But I don't really know. Those kinds of feelings can come and go, I suppose.

I wish my T would ask me for a hug.

> Wasn't your T. 'interested' in you at one point. [have feelings for you I mean]. Whatever happened with that? I could be mistaken but I thought it was you.
> I also can relate to your feelings. I am switching Ts cause I got into a DBT program, but I love my T. even though she does some very unusual things and I do not think they are healthy for me. I think about her all the time which I doubt is healthy and is part of the reason I want DBT. I want some control of myself. I want to make healthy choices. Right now my T. will charge me $10.00 and I can see her while going to DBT which I am sure is a mistake but right now I am going to see her. So I think I understand how you feel to some degree and I wish you whatever is best. [My T crosses boundries terribly. She asked me for a hug the other day]. terrics




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