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Re: Terms of endearment from T?

Posted by peddidle on August 5, 2009, at 1:26:57

In reply to Terms of endearment from T?, posted by moonshadow on August 1, 2009, at 9:13:04

My T uses more "friendly" as opposed to "motherly" terms of endearment-- "sister", "chick", "woman" are all words she commonly uses to refer to all people, not just clients. One of the many reasons I love [miss] her. I think age/generation plays a role in this, too-- she's in her mid-thirties (I'm in my early twenties), and I've heard her use these terms with people younger, older, and the same age as her. I like that kind of relationship/personality type of thing, but I'm sure there are some who don't. :)




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