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long term therapy

Posted by obsidian on April 6, 2010, at 15:53:50

In reply to Re: please rephrase that BabyToes, posted by Dr. Bob on April 6, 2010, at 15:22:49

> > It bothers me to see those in long term therapy who really don't have serious issues to warrant long time therapy, because it seems to me they are using the therapy relationship as a substitute relationship because they are unable to have a real relationship in the real world. I know of a few people who don't have any friends but have been in therapy for years.

you don't mean anyone here right?
I'm going with the idea that you're not referring to anyone here.

I think it's kind of hard to say what warrants long term therapy.
I'd be curious to hear what other people think about the issue of long term therapy.
for myself I'd say, I'm just not ready to stop. I think I still need some help. I've got a lot of good relationships, many because of therapy.




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