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Re: I think I need help in reframing

Posted by BabyToes on April 19, 2010, at 9:39:10

In reply to Re: I think I need help in reframing rnny, posted by Dinah on April 19, 2010, at 8:27:01

> I know you feel that way.
> I respectfully disagree. I think it does have more to do with more than just therapy. From the admittedly small window into your life from your posts, I think you and I have vastly different ways of dealing with imperfection and disappointment.

I know you adore your T and have been with him a long time and have put up with a lot from him at times. But from someone who is new to the site, I can see why they see what they do when you talk about your therapist.
I know you probably don't want to hear this especially from me, but I have been a member and have heard about your relationship for years and
while I don't think he is unethical or feel as strongly as rnny seems to, I do think she does see some things about your T that do cause one to be concerned for you. He has done and said things sometimes that are questionable for a T to behave. Your words are our only window into your therapy, and sometimes you have said the same things (basically) as some of what rnny has mentioned.
Her friends qualifications are one thing, but the standards for a T's behavior are spot on. You do deserve more from therapy than what you are getting in my opinion. But I know you won't ever leave him so I guess you are doing the best you can with what you have with him. But his latest behavior (whether or not he was off that day or not) was unprofessional.




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