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Re: keeping us in mind... twinleaf

Posted by annierose on January 2, 2008, at 17:28:38

In reply to Re: keeping us in mind... Daisym, posted by twinleaf on January 2, 2008, at 10:43:55

I loved your thread title. Prior to my therapist Christmas vacation, I asked her, "Will you hold me in mind?". Such an innocent and difficult question to ask although she answered quickly, "Of course!".

I would love to read a book written by my therapist - she hasn't published one. I agree, I think it would help me to know her more - even though she always says, "but you know me already". There seems to be something tangible in holding a published piece that says "this is from my therapist's pen and here is what she thinks about xyz". I would like that feeling. Of course, I don't want to read it if it counters my existing frame of reference.

I might be repeating myself here - but my therapist is of the 45 minute session school. I agree with your new t, "it just doesn't seem long enough". I think a lot of work could get done in those missing five minutes. Sigh.

Did you tell your therapist that you read his book?




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