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Re: Pride goeth before a fall, etc. etc. Dinah

Posted by Annierose on October 17, 2005, at 18:55:41

In reply to Pride goeth before a fall, etc. etc., posted by Dinah on October 17, 2005, at 17:06:16

Of course it's not wrong, but natural. The difference right now is that you are not receiving regular, on-going (i.e. weekly) therapy with him. Otherwise, these feelings would be perfect conversation for many many therapy sessions. Rather, you're left holding onto these feelings and not being able to discuss them. And on top of that painful aspect of your current relationship, his boundaries have slipped, adding to your confusion.

I like what everyone else said. Especially lining up 20 therapists and picking which ones to interview ... in the line-up, they should be expected to utter a few phrases, such as "We seem to be running out of time today" or "What are you thinking about?" ... just to know if we like their tone.

It sounds like today's e-mail was more comforting to you. I'm glad.

Have you ever heard the song from the soundtrack "Avenue Q" ... "It sucks to be me"? It would bring a smile to your face.





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