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Re: Anyone ever get attached to their pdoc?

Posted by Roslynn on November 11, 2018, at 14:17:28

In reply to Re: Anyone ever get attached to their pdoc?, posted by baseball55 on November 9, 2018, at 17:24:42

> I'm completely attached to my p-doc whom i saw in weekly therapy for several years and now see for an hour every 8 weeks or so for meds and just to check in and talk. But he's nearly 80 and I know he won't be able to keep prating much longer, though he is in good health and has no current plans to retire. He has been like a good father to me. He asks about my daughter all the time and listens to her recordings and listens to me brag about her. Mt daughter once complained that I talked about him like he was her grandfather, and in a sense, he is. I will be heart-broken when he retires or gets sick or passes.

Oh, baseball55, that's so similar to how I feel. Like my pdoc is a family member. It's so hard because we can get so close to them. They are a lifeline at times. I've never had a therapist who told me I could call them in a crisis situation, nor would I have wanted to. It's only been my pdoc that gave me that sense of safety. I'm so glad you have a good doc.

"If I could survive one more day or one more hour, I might find a way to get back home."

-Elizabeth Smart




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