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Re: Feeling a bit paranoid Dinah

Posted by littleone on December 8, 2004, at 20:33:46

In reply to Feeling a bit paranoid, posted by Dinah on December 8, 2004, at 7:51:18

> BTW, one huge mark for her is that she clearly doesn't like said pdoc. :) One of the weirdest and most disturbing thing about my therapist is that he does like him. Of course, he's uncommonly good with difficult people, or I'd not still be his client I guess.

Dinah I had to laugh at this. Especially the thought of your therapist being weird and disturbing. Isn't he supposed to be the "normal" one??

> Anyway, I guess I'll ask my therapist, but I hate asking questions when I'm not sure how I'll feel about the answer.

I know exactly what you mean. I recently asked my T something and thought of all the answers I could get and how I'd feel about each one. He gave me one of the anticipated answers, but my reaction was completly not what I had anticipated and I guess I'm still struggling with it now.

I guess you probably should ask him no matter how you think you'll feel about the answer. If you don't, won't it just sit there between you both festering away? I always want to know the truth about things. At least you know where you stand and how things really are.

I keep thinking about that saying. How assuming things will make an A$$ out of U and ME.

Then again, turning a blind eye has a certain appeal too. So I guess this hasn't been any help at all really. Sorry about that.

 

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