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Re: Considering a two-month therapy pause crushedout

Posted by mair on October 10, 2005, at 18:52:44

In reply to Considering a two-month therapy pause, posted by crushedout on October 10, 2005, at 12:59:47

I think money is a perfectly legitimate reason. A number of years ago, I way cut down on my therapy when I lost some benefits. (I maxxed out). I told myself that I was just sick of therapy and sick of my pdoc, and I felt that way, but I also think my ambivalent feelings were fueled by the cost.

Let's face it - many of us are in therapy at least in part because of the difficulty we have handling the stresses of everyday life. Money is definitely a stressor for most of us.





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