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Old 11-05-2018, 08:49 AM   #51
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I post less and less on pc because I feel like my therapist and my therapy are being judged. Therapists are human with feelings too. I read a study saying why therapists get into relationships with patients. Some are sinister or narcissistic but many fall under the lovesick category, people who normally wouldnít do anything improper but might be in a bad place in thier lives.
I also believe that some therapists donít know how to handle countertransference so they deny it or donít deal with it. It would be easier for everyone if these things could be discussed openly
Very much agree with all you said here, including that I post less and less for the same reasons. Why is it anyone's business anyway? If I'm not uncomfortable with it, than I don't see why anyone else needs to judge or worry about it.
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