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Re: asking for notes crazymaisie

Posted by thewrite1 on February 7, 2005, at 22:54:59

In reply to asking for notes, posted by crazymaisie on February 7, 2005, at 13:18:05

I asked my T to see her notes several times before she gave in. She always tried to turn it into the "What do you hope to find/Why do you want to know?" type thing. The more she tried to "talk me out of it," the more I wanted to see them. I just felt like she was trying to hide something from me.

She finally gave in and I read less than a page. It was so vague that I wouldn't have even guessed they were written about me. I ended up being neither glad I asked for them nor upset about what was in them. At first, I was bothered that they weren't more personalized, but I came to realize that made our sessions truly confidential. I grew to appreciate that a lot.


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