No, Therapist was great as he always is. I just did not enjoy the direction the discussion took.
Therapist was asking recently how I got engaged. There were emails asking me to finish w more details of the Boyfriend's birthday trip. But the Therapist was also asking - not about the gift (sex) - about how my engagement came about. It turned into an unpleasant conversation.
The trip, I thought, went pretty well overall. Since I started writing this blog, I have recieved dozens of emails telling me what a wonderful person the Boyfriend is and what a terrible person I am. Opinions I tend to agree with. It sucks to believe that secretly. It was just painful to admit it out loud to the Therapist. Not missing a beat, he point out that it should have gone pretty well since I was the one putting in almost all the effort. He added that is why it did not suprise him at all that I was the one who proposed. And apparently this is the reason he pushed me to tell the story.
Therapist did not stop there. He started asking about many of my relationships. I would describe a boyfriend. He would get me to just talking - pleased that we on a different subject - then he barrages me w how I was the one doing w almost every boyfriend all the relationship work. Not done, he brought up Mom. I tried to argue w him. It was hard. A lot, not all, of my best times w Mom were when I arranged everything.
Therapist said something that stuck w me. He said that every family has fun at Disney World. Disney designed it that way. Disney does all the work.