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Re: When you react with pain to your T Racer

Posted by Dinah on October 19, 2005, at 11:13:16

In reply to When you react with pain to your T, posted by Racer on October 18, 2005, at 14:09:07

I'm glad you were able to tell her about how you feel. Did she respond in a trust inspiring way?

I think those misunderstandings can actually be good for a therapeutic relationship if you mention it and they respond well. It shows that people can respond differently than the people in your life traditionally have, and hopefully with time you generalize that into taking risks with others, as risks with your therapist pay off.

I think I might have had the same reaction to what she said, although I'm sure she didn't mean it that way. But I also would have mentioned it right away (or perhaps after a short period of sulking, I'm not always as mature as I might be), and allowed for repair.




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