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Re: Dilemma in Therapy Annierose

Posted by Daisym on April 15, 2010, at 0:41:55

In reply to Re: Dilemma in Therapy nellie7, posted by Annierose on April 14, 2010, at 22:06:18

I agree with everything you wrote, Annie.

Why is it so important for people to point out what the relationship isn't? The idea of therapy is to make use of the relationship that does exist, as it exists, instead of looking at it as something that has a match in a different setting. Would it be easier for people if we are careful to say, "it is a real THERAPY relationship?" I don't know - it seems odd to me that people work really hard to tear it down. I think if it isn't for you - to get attached or whatever - that is fine. But why it bugs people so much is beyond me.




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