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Re: Feeling a bit paranoid littleone

Posted by Dinah on December 9, 2004, at 0:00:16

In reply to Re: Feeling a bit paranoid Dinah, posted by littleone on December 8, 2004, at 20:33:46

I suppose weird and disturbing isn't how I would generally describe my therapist, but it would be how I generally describe liking my ex pdoc. :( But like I said, my therapist is awfully easy going in some ways and accepting people as they are is one of those ways. I should be (and am) grateful for that. But I wish he hadn't referred me to it. He was associated with the clinic though, so I guess everyone got referred to him.

I remembered the other thing that made me feel funny. She had asked me generally about my mental health, and I gave her a generic sort of answer. Then she asked me what meds I was on and I told her. And she sounded a bit surprised and maybe even disapproving when she asked if I considered the meds I was on to be sufficient. (I'm on almost nothing.) I didn't *think* I present badly enough to elicit that reaction, and I'm reasonably confident of my ability to read emotion, and I didn't list any problems that would warrant more medication. I *suppose* it could be because I did tell her that I used to SI some...

I'm still not sure if I'm going to ask him. I'm pretty sure he'll say no, he didn't discuss me, so maybe I'll just pretend I asked him and he said no.

 

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