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T's accepting clients

Posted by Shortelise on February 10, 2005, at 13:16:49

In reply to Re: Do your Ts like you? pinkeye, posted by Dinah on February 10, 2005, at 12:38:05

Yes, I think my T likes me most of the time. I think he has disliked some of my behavior, but I think he likes me.

When I first met with him, when we were seeing if we could work together, I think part of that process for both of us was to see if we liked each other.

Does anyone know if that is part of what a T thinks about when deciding to take on a patient/client?

I believe a T has to be on our side when he works with us. What good would s/he be if he were indifferent or, worse, hostile?

I have felt that my T hated me at times when I hated myself. We talked about it. It was important to talk about it, and it helped a lot.

Self-loathing is so painful. I wouldn't want to work with a T who didn't embody the antithesis of that feeling: fondness, liking, and even affection.

ShortE


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