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Re: Counter-transference : a novel / fairywings

Posted by fallsfall on October 23, 2005, at 17:20:52

In reply to Re: Counter-transference : a novel / fallsfall, posted by fairywings on October 23, 2005, at 16:58:33

> I know you're right about this falls. I supposed the reason I don't bring it up, at least haven't yet is because there are too many other things to cover, too little time. But the reason i say i wouldn't bring it up is because i don't know HOW to bring it up. I mean, what do you say?

How would you bring up a conversation with a friend who you haven't told him about? "I was talking to a friend the other day...". So how about "I was posting on this online bulletin board the other day. We talk about therapy on this board..." As I see it, it is just a part of my life. He hears about it when it is important to me, and doesn't hear about it when nothing major is going on.

>i'm still trying to figure out how to do therapy with this T, so that's part of it too.

Ah, I'm still trying to figure out how to do therapy, too... I think I will always be figuring out how to do therapy.

>Since your T is married to a T, do they work in the same office, have you ever met her. I wonder what she's like.

No, she is the head of counseling services at the local private high school. I've never met her, but I've seen a picture. She looks nice. I'm glad - I want him to be happy.




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