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Re: boundaries terrics

Posted by Dinah on January 25, 2005, at 18:54:44

In reply to Re: boundaries Dinah, posted by terrics on January 25, 2005, at 18:24:02

I'll admit some of the DBT exercises seem silly. And strict adherence to any set of theories would probably annoy me to death. But I think you got an especially bad DBT teacher. lol. I think I'll let that stand. DBT does sound more like a learning experience than a therapy experience. But learning experiences can be helpful.

My therapist did a big boundary bender today. He let me use his computer to access this site and print out a post. And I did a big boundary bender by trusting him not to come back here. (He ostentatiously deleted his history file. He didn't need to. I had decided to trust him.)




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