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Re: Body Odor and therapist ethics TF

Posted by rainbowbrite on January 19, 2005, at 20:54:25

In reply to Body Odor and therapist ethics, posted by TF on January 15, 2005, at 22:09:09


I just saw this post and I am so sorry you are going through this. I think Dr Bob may have something with the BDD. It is worth a thought. I new a girl (not well) but evrey time, I mean every time she saw someone she felt hte need to apoligize for her smell and how awful it was. Thing was she didn't smell. But the way she acted was sort of strange, like she thought she smelled so her body lagnuage was a little differnet. (so people act alittle different to her) She also carried deoderant with her everywhrere. and applied it constantly through the day. it had to always be on her. I would say that she had BDD. I felt so terrible for her becasue she was beautiful and did not smell at all (well good actually!) She was so concerned about it. Reading this thread reminded me so much of her. I woul dsuggest going to your medical doctor and asking if there is anything wrong with your bowels because you often hear comments that you smell. Tell them it it affecting you emotionally or something (that may force them to take it more seriously). And hopefully if this is a medical condition which is just as possible it will be taken care of soon. I hope this all works out.
Take care




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