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Re: Babble Guide to Therapists: Do's and Don'ts simcha

Posted by cubic_me on December 5, 2004, at 16:44:19

In reply to Re: Babble Guide to Therapists: Do's and Don'ts, posted by simcha on December 5, 2004, at 15:38:22

> This is all part of the healing process. The hope is that you can find this out in the world as a result of the treatment with another man.
> s. It would ruin the entire therapy to explain all of the transferences and counter transferences...
> Therapy is the place to be bowled over like you've never been bowled over before.

Sometimes I want to know the whole story, then I can feel like I am part of my own treatment. Just because I know that a feeling is transference doesn't make it any less real. Also sometimes some of us don't want to be bowled over by transference, however much it may help. When I was deep in transference I wished I could just forget about it and get on with all the things I needed to do - but I couldn't, and my T wasn't there every second of the day to help me through it. So I guess I was dealing with transference 'in the real world', i didn't have any coping strategies and I felt completely alone...until I came here and found out what was happening when I was in the T's office.




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