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Re: in love with therpist isla

Posted by Jazzed on June 13, 2005, at 19:58:20

In reply to in love with therpist, posted by isla on June 13, 2005, at 16:47:34


I'd like to know the answers to the questions the others asked too. I find it curious that he does most of the talking and that he won't let you leave. What does he do to prevent you from leaving? If he's telling you your feelings aren't real, well, then a lot of us have unreal feelings. I think it's very normal to fall for someone who listens and seems to care, esp. when you normally tell this person your deepest feelings. I would be very concerned about the situation. Does he have a busy practice, is he well respected? I had a T, when I was younger, who kept me "on the hook". He did a lot of things to make me feel connected to him and dependant, and ultimately I became much sicker than I was to begin with. If your therapy has taken on a life of it's own, if you can't manage to live your life w/o constant thoughts of your T, then it's probably time to move on, and see someone who can help you get over this T.

Welcome to the boards btw!
Jazzed


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