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Re: asking for notes

Posted by Smeegle on February 7, 2005, at 23:57:47

In reply to Re: asking for notes crazymaisie, posted by thewrite1 on February 7, 2005, at 22:54:59

Sometimes I really, really wish I knew what he was jotting down when I am talking. Most of the time it's a quick notation and instantly I wonder what he wrote and why. I am still divided on whether I will ever request. I expect to get a watered down version of my file. Would it be beneficial for me to be more aware of his prespective or would it be counter-productive? I think it's probably highly individual as to how one would react to reading their T's comments. I am just curious as heck. I insist on all my other medical records so why not my mental health files as well? Perhaps with time. Perhaps when I am a bit more stablized. I really need to ask myself what I expect to achieve by seeing the comments. I think I just want an honest perspective on his reaction to what we talk about. Sometimes he makes notes (more like quick jotting down things than real note taking) even when I don't think I have even said anything note worthy.





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