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Re: keeping us in mind... annierose

Posted by twinleaf on January 2, 2008, at 17:50:18

In reply to Re: keeping us in mind... twinleaf, posted by annierose on January 2, 2008, at 17:28:38

No, Annie, I haven't. I was just thinking,as I wrote this, that I am readily disclosing this to everyone in Babble, but have managed to avoid telling him. Guess I better 'fess up on Friday!

The "keeping in mind" seems so important. My analyst told me that he had a stomach bug last time we met, and that he had debated with himself whether or not to come in to work, as he was concerned that he might be distracted and not able to keep his patients fully in mind every moment. He decided to try, but wanted to know whether I felt that he might not be fully present. As it turned out, I felt he was just as present as he always is.

It seems so nice that you are able to ask her to keep you in mind during breaks.

 

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