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Bent - poss. *Trig*

Posted by Susan47 on February 28, 2006, at 10:55:40

In reply to Re: HappyFlower - This is regarding your post above!! bent, posted by happyflower on February 28, 2006, at 10:26:20

What you've been through with your T is so valuable, what a valuable experience for everybody to know about .. she should've remained your friend, admitted she messed up, and sent you to another T right away .. but the biggest thing she didn't do was apologize and confess to you. I wouldn't be too kind to her in my thoughts, but I suppose you'd have to be otherwise you'd get caught up in the pain of re-living what she did, and needing her to have a different reaction, which she didn't, she had the one she had and that's all ... people with no guts probably shouldn't be therapists. Why on earth couldn't she be big enough to admit her mistake to you? Why did you have to suffer so long? I'm sorry, I'm glad you're over it but it just angers me so much that the clients get left behind in these therapy faux pas situations, when with a little training and insight .. you know, a therapist is paid to have insight!!! WHY can't they admit their mistakes to the one person who deserves to know? Who deserves to come out of this, better off, not worse?
But one thing you did do, Bent, is you became strong and whole and perhaps because she didn't confess and apologize and acknowledge and take responsibility for causing you pain, and most of all because she changed the rules without your consent, you learned to play and be stronger ...




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