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Re: also... (brief) Phillipa

Posted by wishingstar on August 12, 2008, at 14:42:06

In reply to Re: also... (brief) wishingstar, posted by Phillipa on August 12, 2008, at 12:18:21

Not a private conversation at all. Any comments from anyone are more than welcome, on this post and any other I make. :) I appreciate you commenting...

I have an appt at 11am tomorrow with old T but current T is pretty much insisting I not go. I guess I'm going to have to cancel it.

I also let current T know that next Thurs wont work for me and to let me know if she has any cancellations on Mon. She said she doesnt expect that she will. In reality, Thurs would work, but I'm mad and upset about being pushed off my day, especially when she knows I work a job that has a very crazy schedule (it's 8-5, but some days I'm in court, staying in office to answer phones, other things that arent negotiable)... I'm not cancelling Thurs to get back at her, because I know it wont matter to her, I'm just doing it because I need space. But anyway, it makes it another 2 weeks between sessions again. The last time, few weeks ago, wasnt by choice at all.

I want to see old T, but I dont know. Current T's reasons for me not going are valid. But what I'm really concerned about isnt whether it's good for me or not.. it's whether current T would be upset with me, feel like I was stepping on her feet, etc. She hasnt really given any answer to that either way. I dont want to be "bad" and go against the rules. I think I could handle the effect it'd have on me either way.

Oh well.


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