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Re: feeling totally frusterated!

Posted by happyflower on June 13, 2005, at 22:17:51

In reply to Re: feeling totally frusterated! happyflower, posted by Jazzed on June 13, 2005, at 20:13:29

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> We're okay Happy. Not everyone is happy all the time, or optimistic all the time, or uncritical. Everyone is entitled to be the way they are (as long as you're not hurting anyone else), change what they don't like, and understand the difference. I think your T might have been way too hard on you for you to have taken this so to heart. Call him on it, he can handle it!
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> Thank you for your support Jazzy and be sure to see my post about you and your phone! lol I think maybe my T is getting to get me to FEEL SOMETHING ( and I am not talking about what you are thinking about! lol)I think he was trying to get me mad or something on purpose because normally I am unemotional even when I talk about bad things. I think he was trying to get a rise in me since I told him in an eariler session that I liked him, and I feel like I could trust him. He made it seem like geeze, am I not living up to your expectations, I feel you are so critical of me .It was because one day I said he looked like hell. Well he did, but that wasn't a nice way to say it. And then I said to him that I couldn't believe he didn't know how upset I was one session. But I guess if I don't tell him, how can he read my mind? He put it very sensitive but I tend to overthink things. Somehow I think him doing this was planned a little. I am glad he was honest with me because I am TOO critical and it turns people away. But I also said the reason I was being blunt with him was because I was feeling too close to him, and it scares me. I do need to work on this, but it did hurt a little because I want to be a good little client. :)


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