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I told my T

Posted by lemonaide on September 3, 2008, at 20:57:50

Well before I saw him, I asked his secretary if she has noticed anything, and she said she did. So at least I know I am not imagining it.
Well when I walked in I noticed him and he had a bleeding finger. I guess he closed it inside his desk drawer before I walked in. I told him he better gets some ice so he left and cleaned it up. But in the meantime one of my old professors come walking by and see's me in his office waiting. I know he has seen be in there before, but I still have classes to take from this guy, it feels a little uncomfortable and reveling to me. But there isn't anything I can do about that now.
So I was a little reluctant to talk about my T's forgetfulness after he went into a small rant about how clumsy he is. But I brought it up and he said he didn't feel his memory was any worse than before. But then he tells me he talks about his with his friend who is a neuro psychologist before his check up appointment with his neurologist. They told him it was nothing to worry about.
Well now I am wondering what he thinks. He said that he knows I am attuned into things more than most people but no other client has said anything. There must have been so worry for him to ask his friend about this. He said he was okay that I asked, but i hope I didn't worry him now.
My session was a tell all. I told him how irresponsible I am being , like a teenager. I am no longer depressed but I still don't feel like doing my household responsibilities, I just want to read all day and stay up late. He thinks it is just a phase I am going through. I was never allowed to be carefree as a kid or teen, so I am just doing it because I can right now. He says I need to work on the guilt about it.




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