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Re: Anyone ever get attached to their pdoc? Roslynn

Posted by alexandra_k on November 8, 2018, at 17:49:58

In reply to Re: Anyone ever get attached to their pdoc?, posted by Roslynn on November 8, 2018, at 15:27:23

It's a problem. For people who can't purchase out of pocket / for people who aren't allowed to.

> I have a new doc, but it will just take some time, I guess.

Yeah, you did say that, and I missed it before. Sorry. It takes time to build up a relationship, sure. I'm always surprised that every single psych assessment I've ever had had 'rapport was established' as a comment in the first paragraph. I always through rapport took... Months or years. Nice to know they felt comfortable, though, huh.

It might be a bit like getting a new puppy when an old one passes. I mean, to start with it's hard because you miss the old one and the old one was a good fit and so any differences sort of remind you that you miss the old one. Over time new things can develop and that can help ease things. But I think you always do miss the person a bit. Every person is unique. One of the good (though sometimes painful) things about 'em.

> Thank you for your support!

Sure. Thank you for your conversation.

 

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