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Re: what to do when T doesn't know what to do? sunnydays

Posted by muffled on November 3, 2007, at 1:01:54

In reply to what to do when T doesn't know what to do?, posted by sunnydays on November 2, 2007, at 20:18:52

SD. My T has been at a loss too.
We have tried the public 'system', but not successful.....
She has said she would like me to see p-doc, but I say, you know a decent one round here????
She has said maybe we can do DBT just you and me, I say to her...btwn you and me we don't got enuf continuity, which is the honest truth.
I truly beleive my T cares bout me, not sure WHY, but I beleive she does.
But I also know for a fact, and she HAS said so, that sometimes she doesn't know what to do.
She has worked for 'the system', she knows its not much good.
So she stays with me.
She hasn't abandonded me.
She says she is 'modelling' someone not dumping me, but being consistantly supportive....
And she has been.
And it helps.
So while my T is sometimes at a loss as to what to do, she keeps trying, and I keep trying, and somehow we muddle along.
And so I feel safer cuz she's there.
And she hasn't run away.
Even though as she says, sometimes I'm....challenging....
So, maybe its OK SD.
Just like my T, your T not gonna run away so easy, cuz he cares for some reason.
And that counts for LOTS.
Sometimes, lotsa times, its felt like I getting nowhere....but then I progress some, then I take two steps backs, but then I jump ahead...steadily improving...though sometimes it is hard to tell.
Hang in there SD. Its gonna be OK.




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