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Re: Therapists and Babble alexandra_k

Posted by All Done on August 27, 2005, at 23:45:24

In reply to Re: Therapists and Babble All Done, posted by alexandra_k on August 24, 2005, at 16:13:02

> I talk about Babble quite a lot. About the issues I bring here. And the helpful things people say. And about whether I'm upset with something thats happening on the boards or whatever. To start with I think she thought it was rather bizarre and she seemed sort of disaproving. But I persisted. And now she seems fine about it. Realising how helpful it is to me.
> I actually sent her an email this week... Said people here vary with respect to how they feel about their t's reading... Said that I felt a bit divided about it... But that I'd prefer to know she was reading rather than not know. She responded:
> >I dont have any intention of going on the boards Id never find the time!
> And I realised... That that is a HUGE relief to me. Though part of me wonders whether she has been reading and whether she realises that if I know she reads then I might not talk about certain things over here... Yeah, I think the 'stick a needle in your eye' promise has something to recommend it!

I just can't decide if I want to make my T promise not to read or not. I'm pretty sure I've piqued his curiosity, so it would be hard for me to make him promise. I think maybe I should just make him promise to tell me if he starts reading, otherwise I'm just always going to wonder. And I can't imagine he wants me asking him about it week after week.




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