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Re: My T is Apparently a Good Liar LONG TherapyGirl

Posted by RealMe on September 6, 2007, at 20:12:53

In reply to Re: My T is Apparently a Good Liar LONG Maria01, posted by TherapyGirl on September 6, 2007, at 19:54:06

I think it means she is a darn good therapist. When I was doing therapy with patients, this happened once, and I never gave any inkling to the person that I knew who s/he was talking about. Realy can't. The fact that she showed no reaction, etc, is a good thing as it means if someone comes along to talk about you to her as their therapist (for example), that person will not have a clue in the world from the therapist that she sees you too.

So, my vote is she is NOT a good liar. She is a good therapist.


P.S. Others are right too saying she could lose her license if she acknowledged you or the other person to each other.




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