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Re: What about PB pushes your buttons? LG04

Posted by Dinah on January 12, 2005, at 5:22:39

In reply to Re: What about PB pushes your buttons?, posted by LG04 on January 11, 2005, at 23:28:11

Chuckle. Well, in your case I can provide an answer about myself if no one else. :)

The topic of losing your therapist is such a button pusher to me that I have to be in a really really stable mood to tackle it in more than a general commiserating short reply. And I usually think my comments would be more unhelpful than helpful.

That's usually the reason for my responses or lack thereof. I've got a big mouth and find the topic of therapy fascinating. So if I don't reply it's usually because a) I'm in a bad place (in which case I usually catch up eventually and reply late) b) By the time I get there, others have replied comprehensively and I don't feel I could add anything c) It's not a topic that I can really relate to or d) It's a topic that I can relate to a bit too well.

:)

I can't think of a single PB Psychology poster that I choose not to reply to based on who they are. No, not a single one. I can, however, think of a few that no matter how bad I'm feeling, I try to read because they've been such a steady and constant source of support in my life.

 

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