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Re: please rephrase that) Dr. BOb

Posted by BabyToes on April 6, 2010, at 17:18:59

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

Dr. Bob,
I really don't know how to rephrase that to your standards. My comments were not meant to put anyone down or make anyone feel bad, it was just an observation I have made in my real life, including myself. If you can give me tips on how to rephrase this, please offer suggestions. PTSD causes me not to be able to think as clearly cognitively as if I wasn't having PTSD symptoms. It has been years and I still find your rules confusing. So if you have any suggestions, since you are requesting this and I don't know how, can you at least try to help out?

> > 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.
> Keeping in mind that the idea here is not to post anything that could lead others (including those with therapists, but without friends) to feel accused or put down, could you please rephrase that? Thanks,
> Bob




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