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I hardly ever think about my p-doc

Posted by Shy_Girl on May 22, 2005, at 23:55:55

Am I just way too focused on myself or something? I almost never notice her in sessions...then again I almost never took at her when I'm talking. I only know two things about her personal life. One is that her sister's husband died in a car accident. I only know that one because she received the phone call about that during one of our sessions and we had to end it early. The second is that she's going to have a baby really soon. I also know she's 41 because I looked up her name.

Once in a while I would think that she hated me, but that usually goes away fairly quickly. She doesn't get bothered by anything I say and I say some pretty desperate things sometimes. I did start to feel a little bit protective of her feelings ever since I realized that she was pregnant...but she always reassured me that nothing I say could stress her out.

I almost never think of her inbetween our appointments. She's on maternity leave right now and I find I don't miss her at all. Is it good to never miss her? I do look forward to appointments when I have them, but I'm not upset that I can't see her for a long while. I don't think I ever get "attached" to a T (or p-doc). Am I just a cold and distant person?




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