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

Posted by deerock on June 30, 2010, at 14:55:40

In reply to Re: if T lies to you in your interest, is it lying?, posted by Dinah on June 30, 2010, at 14:51:30

can you give me an example? im trying to understand better here.
how does your T show you how to change?
what happens in the therapy that makes you have a change?

im just curious about this because i feel that all my changing happens outside of therapy and therapy is a place to get me to see some things that need to change. or at least see things that im thinking that arent helpful.

look, i dont know what your T said to make you think youre slow to change. i work in a prison. youre not slow to change believe me. most people dont change. so if youre changing at all i dont see how someone can say youre changing slowly and youre hard to get to make changes. thats just silly. if the T was frustrted thats one thing. but thats not your fault.

i know you didnt bring this up for comment and maybe im going off for no reason but this is what i was thinking when i read your response.




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