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Re: What do you like about your T?

Posted by fallsfall on June 6, 2005, at 14:48:46

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

His English accent
That he understands my motives behind things
That he doesn't let me push him around
That he doesn't give up on a discussion until we have resolved it
That I am positive that he has my best interests at heart
That his gentle, genuine caring comes blazing through his blank slate
That he knows changing schedules is a big deal
That he knows vacations are the end of the world
That he really doesn't mind when I call him
That he lets me be dependent
That I told him some wicked embarassing stuff and he kept a straight face, showed reasonable concern, but didn't freak out
That he rejoices in my progress
That he'll see me as long as I want
That he has really been able to help me.

Sometimes it is hard to tell him stuff - harder than telling Babblers - because I know that he will get to the bottom of it. It is like when I tell him stuff I know I'm giving up the right to pretend it doesn't exist anymore. So if I talk to him about something I know that I'll have to be honest with myself about it. That can be scary. I know that I can't bulls**t him. That he will see through it. So telling him stuff means *I* have to deal with it - but that *is* why I'm in therapy - to deal with these things.




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