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About people criticising the way you do therapy Daisym

Posted by Racer on March 10, 2006, at 1:42:45

In reply to Follow Up, posted by Daisym on March 10, 2006, at 0:29:26

When I read this, the first thing that struck me? "I'll bet if anyone does say anything about how Daisy's doing therapy, it's gonna be 'gee, I wish I could do therapy that often...'"

You know why? That's part of how I feel, a lot. I wish I could have therapy more than once a week, plus the group every other week. It seems as though I'd get more done, faster. I wish I had the courage to ask my therapist for something to hold onto between sessions. I wish she had something to hand over to me to hold as a talisman. I wish I felt more of a need for her, if it comes down to that.

And the rational adult -- the one who can be expressed as a ratio, that is -- says: how you do therapy is the way that works for you. That's the right way. Whatever it is for you.

Although I'm not sure if I can be expressed as a ratio -- guess I better put the math text away...

(And you'll be proud of me -- I successfully resisted the temptation to go and look up my exam results online, since they probably won't be up until tomorrow... And that was *hard*)

:-D Be well, brave Daisy.




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