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Re: How therapists think or feel (trigger) daisym

Posted by terrics on October 9, 2005, at 19:52:43

In reply to How therapists think or feel (trigger), posted by daisym on October 8, 2005, at 20:26:17

I love my p-doc. she told me that she won't take borderlines. She diagnosed me as chronically depressed. I told her that I had been previously dxd with borderline pd. She was ok with it. She told me how hard it was to lose a pt. to suicide (first watching them drink, drug and self-destruct). I attempted suicide twice since I have been with her and after the attempts all she said was 'I am glad you are ok'.
She is sweet. A pt's suicide probably hurt her soo much and left her with so much guilt that she protects herself now. I asked her why she does'nt usually do therapy and she said that most people really don't want to change. Sorry i got carried away. terrics




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