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Re: Agonizing over T Relationships *trigger + rant* MissK

Posted by frida on January 13, 2008, at 13:05:39

In reply to Agonizing over T Relationships *trigger + rant*, posted by MissK on January 13, 2008, at 12:12:31

hi..
i know i won't make much sense because i'm not feeling very well...
but i wanted to say that i view the T relationship quite differently I guess..

i don't think it's just that we share intimate things and then we leave, and that's it.
My T has told me that her life has been changed as well, i think it's much deeper than that.
I know she thinks of me outside the T room, she reads a book that reminds her of something we 've talked about, or she watches a movie...or experiences something...and she tells me that...


i guess it all depends on the T, patient and what brings you to T in the first place...
in my case, c.s.a..she truly changed my life completely and gave me something i had never had in my life. And she acknowledges it's been powerful to her as well and she is truly committed to our work together.

i am sure she'll stay in my life in some way forever.

maybe in the future i'll see her less frequently, (not ready for that now), but i know that we'll be part of each other's lives somehow, fortunately.
I will always want to share the important things in life with her..and she has told me that we'll be part of each other's lives, that she'll always be there.

i agree that we've read a lot about unhealthy situations....i think it has to do with the T and some conflict in boundaries or something.
I consider myself lucky to have the perfect T for me. i wish everyone had that luck.

there are conflicts in the T relationship and i've been through very painful things in relation to my T as well...but fortunately we've worked through those things. I think it's inevitable for that to happen in a human, honest, caring relationship.

anyway..thank you for sharing your views, i agree that it shouldn't be *that* painful , i think it gets so bad when the T isn't willing to work through these things or get really involved.

thanks ,
Frida


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