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Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Good post by Dr. Fuller. It seems likely that people who seek therapy have versions of stories that they are willing to divulge, just to be able to open a dialogue. If those initial offerings were factually accurate, the seeker would probably not be looking for help in the first place and the therapist might never know he/she existed. Doctor/patient relationships are about trust, just as are so many relationships outside of the healing arena. A patient does not give away the farm to just anyone, and the truth only sets one free when he/she is ready to own it, raggedy clothes, skinny legs and all.

This was something new an interesting for me, thanks for the link. This is the begging of a new story in my life :)

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