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Re: why such a sad Noodle? LlurpsieNoodle

Posted by RealMe on September 15, 2007, at 5:14:55

In reply to Re: why such a sad Noodle? RealMe, posted by LlurpsieNoodle on September 14, 2007, at 21:24:34

So what if he thinks you are "cracked." I have worried about that too with my T, and now I think Oh what the heck. Except when he said he read one of my reports; then I freaked because it was from work. Even though he said it was a really good report and that I put things together (synthesized) at the end, I told him that is not my best work and said I should bring in one of my reports from Menninger's. He then said something to the effect of, "Oh so now you want to show off or strut your stuff." Boy did that hurt, but dummy me just said, "No, I just wanted you to know that I can do better." As time has gone on since Wednesday, I have gotten more and more pissed at him. Times like this I want to tell him to go tak a flying @%$#. And I just might tell him next time I see him.

When I first started seeing him and had seen him only twice, I was scheduled to go to a conference where he was presenting, and I felt I should tell him. He said something like, "Oh good; I will have someone cheering for me." Something like that. I could tell he was really nervous when he presented, and before and at break he was chatting with me. It just felt really weird, but then YIKES; what if he came to a workshop where I present. I am not going to tell him I am presenting on October 18th. Crap, I haven't even put anything together yet; probably the weekend before I will. HAH.

RealMe.


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