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GG - I have a question back!

Posted by Speaker on September 30, 2004, at 11:19:03

In reply to Re: Thanks gardenergirl, posted by Annierose on September 28, 2004, at 19:42:11


Thanks for being so sensitive. I haven't read all the follow ups so sorry if I am a bit redundant. My T moved after several years with him. He knew it was a possibility but chose not to share the possibility ahead of time. When he told me he was leaving I felt betrayed...also very unimportant. I thought he could have told me when he knew it was a possibility, and he said he was protecting me from worrying since it might have turned into nothing. He moved states away and left counseling altogether. He told me he would e-mail me when he got settled so I would have his e-mail address. I wondered...he did e-mail me and told me where he was working. I e-mailed back and tried to update him but was guarded as I didn't want him to feel an obligation to reply. He did e-mail back but I am still wondering what to do. Do I just talk about the weather with someone who knows my innermost workings more than anyone else? What is ok? I do have a new T and after a year with him we finally talked a bit about it. I guess I am on the opposite side of what your talking about :). I do think you should at least e-mail back so she can feel like a person worth a reply. If you make it short and sweet I would think it would keep her responding to a minimum. This is a very touchy thing and I am grateful you are questioning all of it. I wish you lived closer to me :).




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