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Re: Chapter 2. Wanting to be special. daisym

Posted by Dinah on May 27, 2005, at 4:30:35

In reply to Re: Chapter 2. Wanting to be special., posted by daisym on May 27, 2005, at 1:43:36

After thinking it over, I'm wondering why I was so embarassed about it. In many ways it's not a big deal.

So what if I spike the ball and do an endzone dance when I get him to drawl or laugh? It's not like I change the content of my sessions to elicit those things, because I have no real idea *how* to elicit them. I just enjoy them when they happen. In fact, he's most likely to drawl when he's tired and exasperated. I certainly don't try for that.

And as far as knowing him... Well, maybe that's a holdover from the old schizotypal diagnosis. Maybe my pleasure comes from thinking "Oh yeah! Well how can I be schizotypal if I'm RIGHT?"

That's not all of it though. Hmmmm.... That's a personal quality of mine that he does think is valuable and rare. As well as inconvenient and painful.

I guess everyone wants to feel special.




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