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Re: Why bother with therapy? Starlight

Posted by corafree on August 31, 2004, at 20:33:45

In reply to Re: Why bother with therapy?, posted by Starlight on August 31, 2004, at 13:58:33

I think relationships with therapists depend upon the client and the therapist. I believe there can be some therapists that touch your thoughts and see you, like no others. I think they are a gift and some cannot be let go as easily as others. That's my opinion anyway. I will never forget some and what they have said, and they become a part of my heart. When they are not in our life anymore, I think these special therapists are in your soul. cf

> Stebby,
> One other thing, I have never been attached to any of my therapists. There was one I had along the way that I really liked and who I believe I might have worked really well with, but I'm good at respecting boundaries. I think I've always been aware that the nature of a relationship of a therapist is a fee based swinging door dependent on what he or she thinks your problems are. The last therapist I saw told me I didn't need a therapist, but just needed a good friend that I could talk to. He said that I was the most well functioning client that he's had and that I was pretty much wasting my money.
> I take a lot of practical approaches though to trying to maintain good mental health, daily journaling, walking, yoga, music and lately resting!
> All the best,
> starlight




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