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Re: Frustrated and unhappy with T Girlnterrupted78

Posted by sunnydays on September 9, 2007, at 19:13:28

In reply to Re: Frustrated and unhappy with T RealMe, posted by Girlnterrupted78 on September 9, 2007, at 14:23:14

I'm sorry, but I'm not seeing sarcasm in the ways your T responded. I hear a lot of frustration coming from you, which is absolutely understandable if you're not clicking with your T. Her last comment about therapy being very hard is something my T would say. I frequently say that I hate this or something, and he'll remind me that it is going to be hard to confront my feelings, but eventually I will move past it. Is there a bad experience you have had previously that you might be projecting onto your T here? You seem to be very sensitive to any indication of untrustworthiness on the part of your T, which many of us have. Is it possible this is a growth opportunity for you, a time for you to look at the possibility that your reactions may not have very much at all to do with her actual behavior and feelings, but more to do with your own sensitivities and insecurities? I'm absolutely not saying I'm correct, I'm just offering it as a thought. Because while it seems that your T and you don't click, I don't really see any problems with the statements she has made to you. It sounds like she is having human reactions to human reactions that you are having. T's aren't robots, so she wouldn't necessarily hide her feelings from you.


P.S. One other thing... my T would so tell me if he was angry. He would never be angry at me, but he tells me when my stories make him angry at other people in my life, or when he's proud of me or something. Bored? Not sure he gets bored with me :) although he yawned once last session and I freaked, but I don't think that was boredom.




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