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Third time's the charm: termination

Posted by gardenergirl on September 13, 2007, at 19:09:22

I have a date.

He knows this time.

I'm going to keep this date/plan come hell or high water. Even if I have to turn around and come back in a month or whatever, I'm keeping this date! I can't go through this a fourth time.

We set the date about halfway through the session. And after that, I was pretty much done for the day. I swear, I was totally reaching for something to say, which is so unlike me. He thought it was because I was avoiding talking about this "momentous" decision. I thought it was because we always do scheduling at the end of the session, so having him move over to his desk, talk about dates, and so on felt like the end of the session for me. Maybe it's both. And actually, I've already talked about this "momentous decision" twice before. It feels like, "been there, done that."

Or maybe I'm just repressing it all.

Heck, I don't know. I feel very blase about it at the moment, though.





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