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Re: General thoughts on the subject of responsibility Racer

Posted by susan47 on September 1, 2008, at 16:52:04

In reply to Re: General thoughts on the subject of responsibility susan47, posted by Racer on September 1, 2008, at 16:26:31

I don't expect an apology anymore, although some kind of notice that this person who acted so stupidly, so ignorantly, wouldn't repeat that same mistake with anyone else ever again.
That's all.
Some guarantee for the wellbeing of the next guy, because the next guy could be my daughter, I mean, who knows what innocent people get hurt by a profession that claims to be healing; I'm not arguing with anyone's analysis of the situation as it relates to my own mental health; I'm against the perception that all should now be forgotten as it was only my error. My mistake, my own work that needs to be done. My ex-T had a huge responsibility that he forfeited, he forfeit his responsibility for what? So he could be saved. So he could feel good about himself, and it didn't matter how he'd set the situation up so that I was hurt, and failed badly. It's not a matter of me carrying around a grievance or continuing to be masochistically "in love" with this therapist .. those are emotions for therapy. I recognize that this board isn't therapy, although I've certainly used the Writing portion of the boards as therapy for myself.
This is about prevention. This is about recognizing what went wrong and looking at the future with a vision for doing what's right.
That's all this is about.
It's about people NOT accepting the unnacceptable. Bad therapy needs to be acknowledged or healing ... listen, lives are WASTED because of attitudes of composure over the whole damn thing ... it's utterly ridiculous.


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