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Re: How common is it, really? alexandra_k

Posted by All Done on August 24, 2005, at 1:36:26

In reply to Re: How common is it, really? All Done, posted by alexandra_k on August 20, 2005, at 21:55:20

> I think its pretty common. But less common is actually talking about it.

Yeah. After reading the responses here, I told my T I wasn't wondering how much this happens anymore, but I wonder how often his clients tell him this is happening. I swear he kind of nodded his head as if to say that was the better question.

> I've had loads of CBT. Loads of time limited stuff. And you still get transference, though possibly not as intense. In fact... I don't think it is as intense - though I guess that can be moderated if they remind you of someone in particular or something like that.
> I worry a bit that I'm not really attaching to my current t.
> In fact... I still have difficulty of thinking of her as my current t.
> I forget all about her at times and moan about how 'nobody' will work with me etc etc.
> But there she is... working with me.
> :-(
> Not sure whats up there.
> :-(
> Dunno what that means
> :-(

(((alexandra))), it takes time. Don't ask me how much because I have no clue, but I know it takes time.




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