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Re: :( CharlieGrll

Posted by Dinah on September 2, 2009, at 9:01:14

In reply to Re: :(, posted by CharlieGrll on September 2, 2009, at 8:51:05

Well, for example, when I tell him about the creepy guy at the library who faced the kids section and touched himself when parents weren't looking, and followed me around the library to stand in the next aisle, visible through the shelves. When I talk about that guy, I do not want my therapist to feel sympathy or understanding for that guy.

And there's also the fact that this explains why my therapist thinks Dr. Drew is a great clinician. Dr. Drew may be my template for all that is hot in a man, but reading his book rather lessened his appeal in my eyes. I never did understand why my therapist held him in such high esteem. But now I do.

I don't know... I am not overly judgmental about these things, in general. But somehow it's different in my therapist. What I wouldn't think twice about in another therapist is somehow repugnant in my own.

In so many ways I don't idealize him. But this really bothers me.




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