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Re: Pragmatism

Posted by rskontos on November 6, 2007, at 17:26:12

In reply to Re: Pragmatism, posted by angela2 on November 6, 2007, at 15:35:51

Dinah, I think of you as more intelluctial versus pragmatic so you are analigizing (ms) the situation more than most. I am misspelling these words and can't take the time to spell check. Your current T is behaving like a T. Mine does the same thing. I don't speak unsually when she comes in and she will say so what has been going on this week. So the ball is in my court. I could say nothing much. But because I am not there to say that and pay for saying that I come up with something. I do understand what you are saying and I have left feeling the same as you like my T didn't remember what I had said the last time and the time before last I was very anxious and still having a panic attack and I called her on it and many other things. She said no I remember all you tell me I just thought it worth going back over. I didn't think of that. Could this be the same thing could your T think certain things worth re-visiting? I think y ou are very smart and articulate. YOu have made me see things in ways I hadn't seen. Manipulative I haven't seen that. Pragmatic I don't know yet smart yes, caring yes. That is my take. rk




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