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Re: Are therapists grossed out by clients? Looney Tunes

Posted by JayMac on August 31, 2008, at 21:56:10

In reply to Are therapists grossed out by clients?, posted by Looney Tunes on August 31, 2008, at 16:36:36

Lol....funny.....
My T humors me in the consistency of her outfits. She definitely has a style. I've had a couple Ts in the past, and they all seem to have a particular style that reminds me that they are a therapist, and my therapist.

To start, she wears dark colors and loose fitting pants, which I don't mind. I'm always happy to see she wears age appropriate clothing. She's probably like 5'1 so she wears nice, platform sandals to give her an extra 1-2 inches. Her toes are the royal opposite of mine: neatly polished, perfectly trimmed, and curiously cute. Whereas mine are too long to be called toes, but too short to be called fingers. Her jewelry makes a noise whenever she moves. She sits behind me while I'm lying down filling the air with words, so I guess it's to remind me she's alive.

Inevitably, she always, and I pretty much mean always, wears a shawl. I don't get "the shawl." It makes her look an astounding 15 YEARS OLDER. Goodness gracious! Almost every session I see some sort of "the shawl." She has many varieties: the one that barely covers her shoulders, the one that drapes her like a blanket, the one that teases the eyes and believes me to think that "the shawl" is attached to her shirt. Wow! I keep the chuckles to myself, but I would to verbalize the analytical implications of "the shawl." How I would marvel in her surprise to speak of her attire.

Disclaimer: No offense to ANY of you who display "the shawl" in public. I find it to be a very capable garment, in the right setting, but please don't over do it.

Don't get me wrong. My T is plenty attractive. But to see her in such vacant attire detracts from her humble beauty.

Come to think of it, my T is not *MY* T without *HER* shawl. I guess "the shawl" is inescapable.

JayMac


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