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Re: Pragmatism rskontos

Posted by Dinah on November 6, 2007, at 17:48:10

In reply to Re: Pragmatism, posted by rskontos on November 6, 2007, at 17:26:12

Thank you :)

Actually my therapist and I talked today about the fact that I usually make him think about what he says and not rely on the old therapy standards that he was taught in school.

I know that when he said it wasn't my job to help keep him awake, he was repeating in kneejerk fashion what he was taught. And I even agree with it.

But he also hadn't thought it out completely. When he did, he saw that what he was saying might be the truth, but it wasn't enough to be the entire truth.

We ended up having a lively discussion about Tamar (the biblical one, not the poster) and it ended well enough. But I think he was a little teensy bit shocked at what I said. And that my be why I'm worrying now.

Which is totally unfair because if he remembers it at all next session he will be completely unshocked. He's annoying that way.




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