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Re: if T lies to you in your interest, is it lying?

Posted by Dinah on June 30, 2010, at 14:51:30

In reply to Re: if T lies to you in your interest, is it lying? Dinah, posted by deerock on June 30, 2010, at 14:10:55

My therapist and I have discussed it.

He's admitted that he would get frustrated at the beginning of therapy because I resisted change. It wasn't until he stopped trying to get me to change that I started to change. And then slowly. Very very slowly.

I suppose some would say I was unmotivated to change. I think I'd say that I can't be taught the stuff of therapy didactically. I have to be shown and change how I think about things through experience.




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