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Re: Doing Therapy again - question Broken

Posted by Fallen4MyT on January 21, 2005, at 14:58:52

In reply to Doing Therapy again - question, posted by Broken on January 21, 2005, at 9:47:25

Hi I have been to more than one T in my life and I haven't had the time today to read anybody else's reply but....I feel you should FEEL comfortable in therapy. I have with my girl T and guy T....also a PDOC I saw for a few visits...they smiled, loled looked kinda sad now and then at the right moments. I generally give a doctor or a T 2-3 visits unless cost prohibits and if I do not feel comfortable then I go looking for the right T or doc for me

BEST of luck we will wanna know what you ended up doing :)


> 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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