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Re: something in a session that shocked or surprised pegasus

Posted by Dinah on July 28, 2009, at 13:22:03

In reply to Re: something in a session that shocked or surprised, posted by pegasus on July 28, 2009, at 10:03:37

I doubt I'd pay much attention to the sandals either. Here backless sandals are the norm for even casual professional. Most stylish women wear them, and naturally they often slide off. Taking them off completely would barely even register, as long as her feet appeared to be prepared for uncovering. I think I see manicured feet as being part of an outfit.

On the other hand, I felt highly honored when my therapist eased his feet out of his brand new shoes once, and finished the session in his socks. He so loves his shoes that I realized he must be horrendously uncomfortable. I might raise my eyebrows if a new therapist did that, because men's bare feet around here aren't generally considered part of a stylish presentation. I don't think I'd be overly upset about it though, unless it was accompanied by other behaviors.




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