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Re: Chapter 2. Too many buttons to mention. pegasus

Posted by annierose on May 23, 2005, at 22:14:08

In reply to Re: Chapter 2. Too many buttons to mention. Dinah, posted by pegasus on May 23, 2005, at 18:13:37


I think it's a combination of the T's orientation, and your combined personality styles and general "connection" that foster (or doesn't) those powerful feelings.

My current T is the one I have had the longest relationship with and hence the strongest feelings. I have seen 2 other therapists and never had developed any of these feelings. But all 3 had totally different theraputic orientations. My current T is psychodynamic and fosters those feelings. I see her 3x per week, and feel sad when I go on vacation or when she goes away. With my other T's, I was never fazed by their absence. Hmmm. It's curious. I just feel that this T is with me. So I miss her when she's not physically here too.




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