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Posted by Shortelise on June 6, 2005, at 11:36:04

In reply to Just curious about therapy failures LOL, posted by rainbowbrite on June 5, 2005, at 13:44:48

About eight years ago, when I had first decided that I needed help dealing with my work anxiety, I went to a counselling psychologist who works with people in the business I work in. I told him about the problems I was having, talked in depth about how the anxiety was getting in the way of me doing my job, etc.
He was very offhand. Are you working right now, he asked. No, I said (I work on contract and when I am working I wouldn't have time to see a therapist.) It was as if he hadn't heard a word I said. He told me to come back when I was working. Idiot! I work 16 hours a day for a few days, then I wait for the next call... how...??

That was a failure. I never bothered to return to him.





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