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Re: Consider the possibility... Angela2

Posted by gardenergirl on January 12, 2005, at 11:23:15

In reply to Re: Consider the possibility..., posted by Angela2 on January 12, 2005, at 10:29:23

Sometimes when a therapist proposes an interpretation that seems foreign to the client, it falls flat. This usually means that it is either way off base, or the timing of the interpretation was off. I have found that an interpretation that is right on usually hits some chord with me, even if I do not fully accept it in the moment.

So if it doesn't feel right to you, you can disagree. And then go back through the dance and try explaining it again. Sometimes it takes repetition and saying it in different ways for the two of you to feel on the same page.

Good luck,




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