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Re: A dependency on your T

Posted by Smeegle on February 10, 2005, at 0:02:34

In reply to Re: A dependency on your T mair, posted by Shortelise on February 8, 2005, at 0:33:58

I agree with the comment about him being my ally. He's my advocate. By learning to open up with him (and even admit to a lot of things I never thought I would EVER admit to), I have slowly started to open up in other relationships in my life. He's helping me move forward and actually I hope one day that it is ME that one days gets to say that I don't think I need to see him anymore. Maybe, maybe not. Just a hope I have. I am over independent and one of my main issues has always been internalizing, which I mostly think we are making progress with (always with backsliding, but overall I think we are moving in the right direction). It's nice knowing someone is in my corner who can be completely objective and help guide me to help myself. Not sure if I mentioned it before but I see both a psychologist (I prefer to refer to him as my counselor or pyschologist...and we do the first name thing) and a psychiatrist (though I see him primarily for the meds, I think my sessions with him are far more productive and satisfying than with my counselor. Not that I don't like or trust my counselor, I just feel more open with my pdoc. And I am damn glad I am seeing him tomorrow. It's been a heck of a week! So much to talk about.





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