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why does it hurt so much?

Posted by sunnydays on November 15, 2006, at 13:15:39

I'm so attached to my therapist. We've been talking about it for the last three weeks or so. But it makes me so sad because he's everything I want in a parent, and I obviously can't have. I just miss him so much all the time. He says he thinks it is the grief about what my parents did working itself out through our relationship (transference, anyone?), although part of it is probably just missing him. I just seem to break into tears all the time over the littlest thing. I've lately convinced myself that I like him so much more than he could possibly like me. Do you think that's right? It seems like he couldn't possibly like me as much as I like him, it just wouldn't be possible I don't think when he sees so many people.

But it hurts so much. And I don't normally cry so much, so it makes me feel really shaky to be crying so much now. And I have to take a short break coming up because of Thanksgiving, and then a long one over Christmas. And I'm scared. I just want to live with him. And I want him to love me. Is that a bad thing?





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