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Re: Counter-transference : a novel / fairywings

Posted by fallsfall on October 22, 2005, at 19:00:04

In reply to Re: Counter-transference : a novel / fallsfall, posted by fairywings on October 22, 2005, at 15:02:03

I did mention to my therapist that I had avoided talking about Babble in the past because it seemed like an "unpopular" topic. And he said (as I expected him to) that it concerned him that there were things that I felt were "off limits" in therapy.

Why won't you talk about Babble? It is part of your life, right? Your therapist can help you better if you are open and honest (the whole truth...). What would he say about Babble? What would you tell him about it?

My therapist said that he doesn't use supervision often. But he did indicate that he does talk to collegues about things (including what they thought about online support groups). He's also married to a psychologist, so I would think that he might talk to her sometimes. I guess there is a difference between talking about a particular case and talking about general issues (that happen to be coming up in a particular case).

My therapist has proven to me that we WILL come to a comfortable conclusion. That he (and I) will work on it until we do. That IS a good feeling.




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