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One therapist's opinion, FWIW

Posted by Dinah on November 10, 2006, at 17:28:49

In reply to possible neg. of babble on the ther. relationhip, posted by SatinDoll on November 7, 2006, at 14:16:58

There was something I really wanted to ask my therapist about this thread, but of course I couldn't remember what it was. While I tried to remember, we discussed it generally a bit.

I was right in my estimation of his preferences. He likes the fact that I know a lot about therapy. He thinks that sophisticated therapy users are more able to use therapy effectively.

He's not threatened by knowledge, or even that I discuss him here. (Of course, he doesn't read...)

He doesn't worry that I'll dilute the emotional intensity here. He doesn't really find that I do that, or intellectualize too much, or try to control the direction of therapy. He said, as Jost did, that it's like anything else. Babble can be used to further therapy or to resist it, depending on how it's used.

(((my therapist)))




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