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Regarding taping sessions...

Posted by muffled on September 7, 2007, at 21:58:35

I once, early on, tried to tape a session with my mp3 player, but it was around my neck and mostly all I could hear was my heart!!! I felt so guilty bout doing it, even tho is was no good, that I told my T. I don't think she was too happy, but she was glad I was honest bout it. I DID mention taping in my writings, but she never brought it up as a I dunno why exactly, but it seems to me that she really didn't want to tape.
The reason I WANTED to tape, was that I was SO frustrated, cuz I used to dissociate thru entire sessions, and I'd get home, and go to make notes.....and remember little or nothing. Later I would just have blank spots, and now I can remember most of the session. So I wanted to tape cuz it seemed like SUCH an utter waste of time going to T when I would have NO memory of it. It was ridiculous. Farcical. Stupid. I now realize that even tho I didn't remember anything, I think we were still building some level of trust, cuz while I had no memory of the session, I also had no real fear for my safety or anything retrospectively, so that was a good sign to me, that proly nothing bad happened.
And so I kept going back.
So what are others opinion/experience of taping sessions?
Was it useful?
Just kinda curious.




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