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Posted by Dinah on January 14, 2005, at 19:43:11

One major point of contention lately has been my therapist's desire to talk to rational me for a session, while emotional me pitches a fit, sulks impressively, and insists he's MY therapist and can only see rational me if emotional me doesn't need to see him or wants to give up a session. While he's been saying he doesn't know how to be therapist to only one part of me.

So today he says that he's been thinking about it, and he realizes that yes, he is emotional me's therapist. But that he needs to consult rational me sometimes. Just like he can be a teenager's therapist but still needs to consult with the parents periodically and hopes that he can be therapeutic when he consults. Because being as therapeutic as possible with the parents helps the teen.

Emotional me can live with that.




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