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Re: My T is Apparently a Good Liar LONG TherapyGirl

Posted by Dinah on September 6, 2007, at 23:03:44

In reply to My T is Apparently a Good Liar LONG, posted by TherapyGirl on September 6, 2007, at 19:12:37

I agree with everyone else. It would make me very very unhappy if my therapist had acknowledged the relationship. Or even if he told me of a relationship he had with someone I wanted to talk about a lot, even if it wasn't a therapeutic relationship. It wouldn't leave me free to speak frankly. I imagine it is difficult for them in those situations.

But I certainly understand feeling disconcerted by not reading your therapist correctly. That would shake me up but good. Still, sometimes I feel my therapist react to something in such a way that I fleetingly recognize there was a reaction, but I don't ask about it because it doesn't feel right. Does that happen with you? If so, maybe you did read a reaction here or there, but just didn't realize the significance of it because it came and went quickly, and wasn't directly related to what you were saying.




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