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Doing Therapy again - question

Posted by Broken on January 21, 2005, at 9:47:25

I've started therapy now, at the behest of my Doc.

Yesterday was my first session, and it was...well, not really sure what it was. I don't have much in the way of patience, I try something, and if it doesn't seem to work, or in this case "click" I move on, no need to waste my time. My therapist is an attractive, intelligent, very professional lady. Perhaps a bit too professional, but that is my question.

I know we're going through that "getting to know you" thing right now, and probably will be for a few weeks, but dear God this lady is cold. I mean, it wasn't like I expected a hug, and I do understand the need for an impartial, detached look at things, but sheesh. I felt like I could have talked to a mirror and done as well. While the image wouldn't have been as attractive, at least the smallest hint of empathy would've been visable.
Again, it was the first day, but am I expecting too much, or does everyone look for this type of "feeling" when seeing a therapist?




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