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Thanks all..

Posted by orchid on October 10, 2005, at 14:32:22

In reply to Re: Developing an aversion to therapy orchid, posted by Tamar on October 10, 2005, at 6:10:06

Thanks for your replies.

I think it perhaps might be possible that I feel particularly this way because of the way therapy ended both times.

I feel now, even my first T was really not responsible. In fact he did his best. It was mostly circumstances which were beyond the control. And I had to move away from my second T, and for the most part, I was just too goddamn afraid to develop any attachment to her. So maybe I still haven't really worked out my feelings effectively.

But seeing how other patients feel towards their therapist, makes me believe that going to a male therapist for a female patient will especially be extremely painful. It takes several years to work through the feelings, and I really wonder if it is worth that much pain and suffering to ultimately come to a good conclusion after years.




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