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Re: How you know you've been in therapy too long

Posted by annierose on November 9, 2007, at 12:30:38

In reply to How you know you've been in therapy too long, posted by DAisym on November 8, 2007, at 20:23:40

I'm guessing the other therapist is thinking, "Boy I wish I had her for a client. She's on-time, friendly and has established a lasting therapeutic relationship with Dr. XYZ". My t told me that a lot of people can't stick with the process long enough to feel what I feel about the process. Also, when you come more than once a week, you get to know the office climate.

Outside my therapist's office (as in outdoors) there is always a small collection of people smoking. The regulars and I chat about the weather as I make a passing comment.




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