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Re: Throwing away the transference part? FindingMyDesire

Posted by Dinah on June 12, 2009, at 19:46:15

In reply to Throwing away the transference part?, posted by FindingMyDesire on June 12, 2009, at 19:23:29

I hate it when I walk smack dab into the boundaries. I bruise myself on them and they hurt. Still, therapy can't be therapy without them.

Even in personal relationships there can be fallout from our actions. But in therapy as well as in personal relationships, if there is a commitment to a relationship, these things can be worked out. It sounds as if your therapist is committed to working them out. Will it be the same? It might be. But relationships shift over time based on any number of things. The relationship you have with anyone today is likely not the same one that you had six months ago. How it will change is yet to be seen. You might end up in a deeper better place from seeing her as she really is.

It's hard to say whether it's worth it or not. Do you find your relationship with your therapist is progressing similarly to other relationships in your life? Do your issues with her reflect your issues in general?




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