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Re: Therapist crying

Posted by Brennan on May 22, 2008, at 9:32:40

In reply to Therapist crying, posted by pegasus on July 13, 2004, at 15:55:39

I understand that this is a relatively old thread, I couldn't help wanting to comment. Okay I can dig it if T's want to sympathize with what's going on in our lives but I would find it extremely creepy if my T just busted out crying while I was telling her something traumatic that happened to me. I think I would feel uber uncomfortable with her showing that level of emotion in front of me. While I understand that statement in it self could be one of the many reasons I attend therapy. I just had to say my peace about weepy T's crying in front of me.




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