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Re: wow

Posted by Wittgenstein on September 12, 2007, at 3:48:29

In reply to Re: wow, posted by Phillipa on September 12, 2007, at 0:30:09

Your T should never ever have let this happen. It doesn't matter how you behaved toward him - you are not the one at fault here. Many clients develop intense feelings for their Ts and it is the T's responsibility to deal with these feelings professionally.

It must be heartbreaking to be in your position. You love him and likely want to protect him and his career but please make sure this man doesn't continue to do this to other patients, as he most likely will if left in his current position. You know first hand how damaging it is.

Please take care of yourself and let your husband stand up for you. I hope you are able to work through this experience with a good new T.

I also sense, that as much as you long for contact with your old T, it is best to move on and not to seek contact. In truth, whether for his self-preservation or not, the most caring thing he can do right now is let you move on and as hard as it is for him to learn from his mistakes.

Good luck,




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