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Re: no hug

Posted by peddidle on August 6, 2009, at 21:41:16

In reply to no hug, posted by sunnydays on August 6, 2009, at 17:46:54

I agree with Morgan-- I've never been to a male therapist, but I think women are more likely to allow hugs. My T gives spontaneous hugs-- it may be that he has stricter boundaries for female clients to avoid any potential problems that could occur from those types of actions. I know it's hard to believe, and it doesn't make the situation any less painful, but I think he tries really hard to stick to the rules he sets for himself, and it really isn't anything against you, personally.

I know this isn't the same, but (((hug)))




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