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WHAT fucking mod has a vendetta against me like why was my post asking why so many people use heroin deleted like what rule could that POSSIBLY have broken there seems to be a heroin junkie on the mod team who took it personally i fear
Really, it's only a question of why did they the first time, because it is addictive enough that's the reason why they keep doing it, even though the subsequent highs never match the first.

Since many are already addicts - addicts don't do risk analysis, their priority is satisfying their addiction.

You could just watch Dancing With the Devil doc and the Seattle psychiatrist on YT who reacts to it.

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my most attractive trait has to be having the worst sensory issues with socks known to mankind who wants me!

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my most attractive trait has to be having the worst sensory issues with socks known to mankind who wants me!
:lol: In what way? I love socks. I always wear the most brightly coloured I can ^_^

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putting bunnies inside my easter eggs and burying them for next year :love:
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my bastard neighbours are having work done in their garden, and the workers have had the radio blaring since 8am. :chainsaw:

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knowingly drinking a coffee that gave me astronomical diarrhea merely days before feels like clipping the wires to a live bomb

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knowingly drinking a coffee that gave me astronomical diarrhea merely days before feels like clipping the wires to a live bomb
Don't leave the house :rofl:

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i went years of not liking big mac sauce to now liking it :goldstar:

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omegle anyone?

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Jeeny mac. She could well encourage transference and that's ok because it draws out issues. I think you need to say to her what you say here. In reality, and the short of it is, perspective is everything. I'm not saying that you're reciting falsehoods but sometimes you can hear what you want to hear. I'm kind of hoping, because if not, she has crossed massive boundaries. Touching is a thing in therapy, it's actually quite significant, therapists are supposed to tread very carefully with touching.
Reminds you you're her favourite. Her favourite what? Client? Like, just no. It's not good, especially since you have 'mother issues' and have clearly transferred onto her. She's not your mother, never will be. She's meant to be a soundboard for you to work through your mother issues, say the things you've always needed to say to your mother but couldn't so you can 'get them off your chest' and understand them and heal from it. You could become attached and...it's really not good. She's not professional. Probably shouldn't be practicing. Therapists can do alot of harm. Many people go to therapists and those therapists have to help undo the bad work of other therapists. It's a shame.

The thing about 'clicking' is you can never know, you haven't met in ordinary circumstances, you haven't known her in ordinary circumstances, if you went to many therapists you would find that you click with many, and the others they call it being 'stuck'. You're supposed to click. It's what is striven for because then you can work.

You should talk to her. Question the things she has said and her professionalism. And ask her anon, why she has said certain things and whether she can explain the process. Explain to her your true feelings, that you have feelings and believe them to be reciprocated.

You need to be blunt about how you feel, how you've perceived the interaction so far and how you believe her to feel. She should respond professionally and should probably explain that these are your feelings. Anything else that she confirms to be real, whatever comes after is between you both, but that should be your final session with her. The therapy has long been lost if that's the case and you're no longer in a safe, therapeutic environment. It's something else altogether.
it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.

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omegle anyone?
is it the year 2012 or are you a pedophile

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guest wrote:
07 Apr 2021, 00:16
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Jeeny mac. She could well encourage transference and that's ok because it draws out issues. I think you need to say to her what you say here. In reality, and the short of it is, perspective is everything. I'm not saying that you're reciting falsehoods but sometimes you can hear what you want to hear. I'm kind of hoping, because if not, she has crossed massive boundaries. Touching is a thing in therapy, it's actually quite significant, therapists are supposed to tread very carefully with touching.
Reminds you you're her favourite. Her favourite what? Client? Like, just no. It's not good, especially since you have 'mother issues' and have clearly transferred onto her. She's not your mother, never will be. She's meant to be a soundboard for you to work through your mother issues, say the things you've always needed to say to your mother but couldn't so you can 'get them off your chest' and understand them and heal from it. You could become attached and...it's really not good. She's not professional. Probably shouldn't be practicing. Therapists can do alot of harm. Many people go to therapists and those therapists have to help undo the bad work of other therapists. It's a shame.

The thing about 'clicking' is you can never know, you haven't met in ordinary circumstances, you haven't known her in ordinary circumstances, if you went to many therapists you would find that you click with many, and the others they call it being 'stuck'. You're supposed to click. It's what is striven for because then you can work.

You should talk to her. Question the things she has said and her professionalism. And ask her anon, why she has said certain things and whether she can explain the process. Explain to her your true feelings, that you have feelings and believe them to be reciprocated.

You need to be blunt about how you feel, how you've perceived the interaction so far and how you believe her to feel. She should respond professionally and should probably explain that these are your feelings. Anything else that she confirms to be real, whatever comes after is between you both, but that should be your final session with her. The therapy has long been lost if that's the case and you're no longer in a safe, therapeutic environment. It's something else altogether.
it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.
The story is made up. :eyeroll:

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Guest wrote:
07 Apr 2021, 21:39
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Jeeny mac. She could well encourage transference and that's ok because it draws out issues. I think you need to say to her what you say here. In reality, and the short of it is, perspective is everything. I'm not saying that you're reciting falsehoods but sometimes you can hear what you want to hear. I'm kind of hoping, because if not, she has crossed massive boundaries. Touching is a thing in therapy, it's actually quite significant, therapists are supposed to tread very carefully with touching.
Reminds you you're her favourite. Her favourite what? Client? Like, just no. It's not good, especially since you have 'mother issues' and have clearly transferred onto her. She's not your mother, never will be. She's meant to be a soundboard for you to work through your mother issues, say the things you've always needed to say to your mother but couldn't so you can 'get them off your chest' and understand them and heal from it. You could become attached and...it's really not good. She's not professional. Probably shouldn't be practicing. Therapists can do alot of harm. Many people go to therapists and those therapists have to help undo the bad work of other therapists. It's a shame.

The thing about 'clicking' is you can never know, you haven't met in ordinary circumstances, you haven't known her in ordinary circumstances, if you went to many therapists you would find that you click with many, and the others they call it being 'stuck'. You're supposed to click. It's what is striven for because then you can work.

You should talk to her. Question the things she has said and her professionalism. And ask her anon, why she has said certain things and whether she can explain the process. Explain to her your true feelings, that you have feelings and believe them to be reciprocated.

You need to be blunt about how you feel, how you've perceived the interaction so far and how you believe her to feel. She should respond professionally and should probably explain that these are your feelings. Anything else that she confirms to be real, whatever comes after is between you both, but that should be your final session with her. The therapy has long been lost if that's the case and you're no longer in a safe, therapeutic environment. It's something else altogether.
it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.
The story is made up. :eyeroll:
DA but the narration of the therapist’s inner thoughts and feelings was beautiful.

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cant tell if my face is bloated or if im just fat as fuck and neither is good declare a national emergency

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cant tell if my face is bloated or if im just fat as fuck and neither is good declare a national emergency
This post reminds me of a YA author attempting to write a diary entry in the voice of their 15 year old protagonist

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"I am responsible for my own life"
"While yes I said that about you ruining my life, the fact of the matter is I let you ruin my life"
Somewhere buried in a paragraph of _____ was " I should not have said that for it was not true and I am sorry for it."

:deep breaths: That's the part I just need to hold onto, no matter how shitty the overall delivery, because that's the part that's healing.
I'm someone who is very harsh and unforgiving with myself, have low self esteem and am a F'n' doormat

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Suddenly I like yellow this is unprecedented and even when the sun is shining again maybe because lately the world has lost some radiance even logos got more dull so yellow nowadays really stands out and does something to my brain where it used to be too irritating a color for me because it’s tropical af here where i live but mustard yellow i love it’s like a vintage yellow so it’s not so happy the more vibrant the happier like bright ones and neons now you understand vincent

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When colors are in stones it’s beautiful and because gems vibrates in different frequencies they can all have different practical functions say for example quartz this is probably why crowns, rings, et cetera had them so they served secret functions for the wearer, usually of high social standing, in the olden times

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We've got to hold on to what we've got
It doesn't make a difference if we make it or not
We've got each other and that's a lot for love
We'll give it a shot
Woah, we're half way there
Woah, livin' on a prayer
Take my hand, we'll make it I swear
Woah, livin' on a prayer
Livin' on a prayer 🗣

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the tweet that’s like a car just drove by my house wtf literally yup... like that is me when a cat drives by my house

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Guest wrote:
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Jeeny mac. She could well encourage transference and that's ok because it draws out issues. I think you need to say to her what you say here. In reality, and the short of it is, perspective is everything. I'm not saying that you're reciting falsehoods but sometimes you can hear what you want to hear. I'm kind of hoping, because if not, she has crossed massive boundaries. Touching is a thing in therapy, it's actually quite significant, therapists are supposed to tread very carefully with touching.
Reminds you you're her favourite. Her favourite what? Client? Like, just no. It's not good, especially since you have 'mother issues' and have clearly transferred onto her. She's not your mother, never will be. She's meant to be a soundboard for you to work through your mother issues, say the things you've always needed to say to your mother but couldn't so you can 'get them off your chest' and understand them and heal from it. You could become attached and...it's really not good. She's not professional. Probably shouldn't be practicing. Therapists can do alot of harm. Many people go to therapists and those therapists have to help undo the bad work of other therapists. It's a shame.

The thing about 'clicking' is you can never know, you haven't met in ordinary circumstances, you haven't known her in ordinary circumstances, if you went to many therapists you would find that you click with many, and the others they call it being 'stuck'. You're supposed to click. It's what is striven for because then you can work.

You should talk to her. Question the things she has said and her professionalism. And ask her anon, why she has said certain things and whether she can explain the process. Explain to her your true feelings, that you have feelings and believe them to be reciprocated.

You need to be blunt about how you feel, how you've perceived the interaction so far and how you believe her to feel. She should respond professionally and should probably explain that these are your feelings. Anything else that she confirms to be real, whatever comes after is between you both, but that should be your final session with her. The therapy has long been lost if that's the case and you're no longer in a safe, therapeutic environment. It's something else altogether.
it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.
The story is made up. :eyeroll:
here's the post i made freaking out on another anonymous forum three months ago. i'm not lying about anything but you don't need to believe me because someone who does gave needed advice which has already sorted most of the problem

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to be fair i write like the autistic fucking admin of a 2010 taylor swift karlie kloss tumblr fanfic blog denying joe jonas exists but come find me at sainsbury's in scarborough, north yorkshire, england and see reality for yourself miss cow

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Guest wrote:
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guest wrote:
07 Apr 2021, 00:16
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Jeeny mac. She could well encourage transference and that's ok because it draws out issues. I think you need to say to her what you say here. In reality, and the short of it is, perspective is everything. I'm not saying that you're reciting falsehoods but sometimes you can hear what you want to hear. I'm kind of hoping, because if not, she has crossed massive boundaries. Touching is a thing in therapy, it's actually quite significant, therapists are supposed to tread very carefully with touching.
Reminds you you're her favourite. Her favourite what? Client? Like, just no. It's not good, especially since you have 'mother issues' and have clearly transferred onto her. She's not your mother, never will be. She's meant to be a soundboard for you to work through your mother issues, say the things you've always needed to say to your mother but couldn't so you can 'get them off your chest' and understand them and heal from it. You could become attached and...it's really not good. She's not professional. Probably shouldn't be practicing. Therapists can do alot of harm. Many people go to therapists and those therapists have to help undo the bad work of other therapists. It's a shame.

The thing about 'clicking' is you can never know, you haven't met in ordinary circumstances, you haven't known her in ordinary circumstances, if you went to many therapists you would find that you click with many, and the others they call it being 'stuck'. You're supposed to click. It's what is striven for because then you can work.

You should talk to her. Question the things she has said and her professionalism. And ask her anon, why she has said certain things and whether she can explain the process. Explain to her your true feelings, that you have feelings and believe them to be reciprocated.

You need to be blunt about how you feel, how you've perceived the interaction so far and how you believe her to feel. She should respond professionally and should probably explain that these are your feelings. Anything else that she confirms to be real, whatever comes after is between you both, but that should be your final session with her. The therapy has long been lost if that's the case and you're no longer in a safe, therapeutic environment. It's something else altogether.
it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.
she's willing to continue therapy. but sharing what you said about the dynamic being unsuitable regardless of forcing down feelings was a lightbulb moment for her. it brought our therapeutic relationship the start of some closure. we're meeting next week to plan ahead. i am attached so realistically will stay while she guides me into switching. doubt she's seeking guidance from a supervisor based on past comments... it'll be okay now either way

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released 43 minutes ago BUT WE NEED THE AUDIENCE TO BUY THE ALBUM immediately!

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Come my lady
Come come my lady
You’re my butterfly
Sugar baby 🗣

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i went years of not liking big mac sauce to now liking it :goldstar:
Mine was their chicken nuggets sauce, and their cheeseburger pickle gave me the hibbie jeebies being it sweet, sour, and green.

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This is a weird ass thread next to the Chinese Entertainment one.

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Lunch today is the first time I’ve had meat this week and I didn’t even realise 🤔

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i went years of not liking big mac sauce to now liking it :goldstar:
Mine was their chicken nuggets sauce, and their cheeseburger pickle gave me the hibbie jeebies being it sweet, sour, and green.
There’s a fucking Mcdonalds chicken nugget sauce?

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Guest wrote:
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i went years of not liking big mac sauce to now liking it :goldstar:
Mine was their chicken nuggets sauce, and their cheeseburger pickle gave me the hibbie jeebies being it sweet, sour, and green.
There’s a fucking Mcdonalds chicken nugget sauce?
yeah in your fucking butt

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:clap: :clap:
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Guest wrote:
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Guest wrote:
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i went years of not liking big mac sauce to now liking it :goldstar:
Mine was their chicken nuggets sauce, and their cheeseburger pickle gave me the hibbie jeebies being it sweet, sour, and green.
There’s a fucking Mcdonalds chicken nugget sauce?
yeah in your fucking butt
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it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.
The story is made up. :eyeroll:
here's the post i made freaking out on another anonymous forum three months ago. i'm not lying about anything but you don't need to believe me because someone who does gave needed advice which has already sorted most of the problem
You are lying. I dont believe you as you have over egged it and claim advice from a random non qualified in the subject l chat anon poster has sorted the problem. The anon projected a load of bs onto your boring fantasy. I suggest you get a real therapist and grow up.

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03 Apr 2021, 00:18
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Jeeny mac. She could well encourage transference and that's ok because it draws out issues. I think you need to say to her what you say here. In reality, and the short of it is, perspective is everything. I'm not saying that you're reciting falsehoods but sometimes you can hear what you want to hear. I'm kind of hoping, because if not, she has crossed massive boundaries. Touching is a thing in therapy, it's actually quite significant, therapists are supposed to tread very carefully with touching.
Reminds you you're her favourite. Her favourite what? Client? Like, just no. It's not good, especially since you have 'mother issues' and have clearly transferred onto her. She's not your mother, never will be. She's meant to be a soundboard for you to work through your mother issues, say the things you've always needed to say to your mother but couldn't so you can 'get them off your chest' and understand them and heal from it. You could become attached and...it's really not good. She's not professional. Probably shouldn't be practicing. Therapists can do alot of harm. Many people go to therapists and those therapists have to help undo the bad work of other therapists. It's a shame.

The thing about 'clicking' is you can never know, you haven't met in ordinary circumstances, you haven't known her in ordinary circumstances, if you went to many therapists you would find that you click with many, and the others they call it being 'stuck'. You're supposed to click. It's what is striven for because then you can work.

You should talk to her. Question the things she has said and her professionalism. And ask her anon, why she has said certain things and whether she can explain the process. Explain to her your true feelings, that you have feelings and believe them to be reciprocated.

You need to be blunt about how you feel, how you've perceived the interaction so far and how you believe her to feel. She should respond professionally and should probably explain that these are your feelings. Anything else that she confirms to be real, whatever comes after is between you both, but that should be your final session with her. The therapy has long been lost if that's the case and you're no longer in a safe, therapeutic environment. It's something else altogether.
it's word for word what she's said. i confronted her today. she explained setting professional boundaries around her behaviour conflicts with what she feels towards me on a personal level. setting them is only from wanting therapy to be safe for me and fear. i asked what she's fearful of. my anger at being hugged without permission shamed her into feeling predatory. she fears causing another negative reaction so attempts to hide her romantic interest but can't. we both understand it isn't just a case of therapist and client clicking. our relationship was barely ever professional given i'm not paying to be cared for and her countless inappropriate moments. she thinks my feelings "might be transference mixed with a deeper connection"

in the end i was like "i get the sense you have a crush on me" and she smiled... i asked if her crush is just in my head. she replied "no" flat out. we went over the ethics of dating and agreed it's okay after therapy. she had concerns about the affect on her career but told me ethical guidelines allow for exceptions to be made and that if i decide to terminate "we would definitely be keeping in touch if you want to". although i like her a new therapist is probably needed to discuss whatever happens. thanks for your help. i appreciated it
That's great news. Fair play for asking/opening up and not swallowing questions/doubts. Are you continuing therapy with her? I do wonder if she's confiding in a supervisor/colleague about the situation. I hope it all works out for you anyway.
she's willing to continue therapy. but sharing what you said about the dynamic being unsuitable regardless of forcing down feelings was a lightbulb moment for her. it brought our therapeutic relationship the start of some closure. we're meeting next week to plan ahead. i am attached so realistically will stay while she guides me into switching. doubt she's seeking guidance from a supervisor based on past comments... it'll be okay now either way
As if a therapist is going to take advice from their patient passed on via an Lchatter. Get real lmao.

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