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Re: Blurting

Posted by antigua3 on October 30, 2007, at 19:29:39

In reply to Blurting, posted by DAisym on October 30, 2007, at 19:04:30

I do this all the time with my pdoc. (My T doesn't elicit these feelings) I want to scream and call him a moron when he asks what I consider a stupid question. Sometimes I turn it into something sarcastic, but I'm pretty good at just letting it go. so give it a try. there has to be something there. I tend to feel like it occurs in part because I have often felt underestimated in my life, but then the thought just occurred to me that maybe what I mean is that I don't feel heard, and if he listened properly, he would hear what I have to say!! Same thing--he can't help if I don't tell him.

So you're not alone. But you also worry so much about hurting your T (which I do with my T, BTW) that maybe you feel like it's misbehaving). Explore it; he's not going anywhere.




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