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Re: What do you like about your T? Poet

Posted by littleone on June 5, 2005, at 21:49:06

In reply to What do you like about your T?, posted by Poet on June 5, 2005, at 11:40:18

He's always nice to me, even when I just grunt at him or say nothing.

When I need it, he can be a good drill sergent and when I need it, he can be gentle. Sometimes he gets these a bit wrong, but I trust him to get it right most of the time.

He keeps cracking little jokes, even when I don't laugh at them.

He never lies to me. And he knows me well enought not to hide things by reframing. I always see through that.

He's the first person *eveer* to understand me.

He says he likes me. I don't believe this one yet, but it was nice of him to say it. Although, he *should* say it more often :)

He sits forward (closer to me) when he's talking about really hard/important stuff. He works so hard on our connection.

He lets me sit in the hallway if the waiting room is crowded. And doesn't make me feel weird about it.

He's happy to use a variety of techniquest when talking isn't working, eg playing cards, drawing.

I know he has my best interests at heart, even when I don't.

He really believes that I will make great progress in therapy, even if I don't. It's kinda nice to know he's barracking for me.

He smiles at stuff in my writings, even if he doesn't know I'm peeking at him.

I'm pretty sure I could tell him anything without him getting weirded out/freaked/antsy/angry. I'm pretty sure he could handle anything I threw at him. It's just me holding me back.


This was a good idea Poet. It made me feel a bit more connected to him. I'll have to remember to try this in future.

 

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