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Re: when a therapist says... meme3842

Posted by Dinah on July 2, 2008, at 17:25:30

In reply to when a therapist says..., posted by meme3842 on July 2, 2008, at 15:31:59

For me it was always a question of what precisely they meant by that. My therapist does care. He cares about all of his clients, or at least the ones he works any period of time with. And for all his clients, he wants the best for them and wants to help them. He is, for the most part, a person who is warm and caring.

I didn't want to be cared about in that generic sense. Or at least it wasn't enough.

I talk about it on this thread.

I do believe now that my therapist cares about me in the way I need him to, at least as much as can be expected. He phrases it in terms of depth of caring. That because we've been working hard for so long, that there is now a depth of caring.




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