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How you know you've been in therapy too long

Posted by DAisym on November 8, 2007, at 20:23:40

I was waiting for my therapist today and one of the other therapists came into the waiting room on her way out. We always say hi to one-another. I joked with her a little about being allowed out in the real world - therapists were supposed to live in their offices with hot plates and murphy beds. She laughed and told me all about her daughter who is a teacher and the little kids say the same thing to her.

My therapist came down the stairs right about then as we were laughing, looking puzzled. As we went upstairs I teased him that I was just going to show up and whoever was here would see me - I'm such a consistent fixture in the building now. Other clients for other therapists show up for a while at "my" time and then they are gone again. It is just me -- for years and years and years. I wonder what the other therapists think?

Anyone else talk to the other people in the building/office?




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