Is Your Therapist Too lazy to look into R&D?
Have you been made to feel guilty by your dr.? - 33.3% - 1 votes
Have you had a dr. say: I don't BELIEVE in ... - 66.7% - 2 votes
Do you notice a cultural difference with your dr. - 0.0% - 0 votes
Has your dr. said:"Thats just an American thing" - 0.0% - 0 votes
Posted 8/3/2007 2:21 AM (GMT -6)
In my efforts to make my dr. work -for that fat check he gets-
I'll Concede: "Ok, I'm lazy, shiftless, don't want or even love my kids or nobody else. I don't want to play bass anymore or accept invitations to (jam) sessions, cookouts, nothing. I don't want to sketch anymore either. I just want to be lazy, do nothing, live on ssi ... and die miserable." Then I've said:
I don't want to be like that, (and asked:) "Is it normal for a, once proud, artist and lover to be that darn lazy? There's an Imbalance in me somewhere."
Do you have a Lazy ""Therapist "" too.
Posted 8/3/2007 4:49 AM (GMT -6)
I think it might be time to get a different Doctor. If it is not a fit between the two then move on.
Some just don't get it simple as that.
Good luck and keep us posted.
Posted 8/3/2007 12:00 PM (GMT -6)
Hi, I am with Shy 100% on this one. You need to find a physician that you can establish at trust relationship with. Your Doctor is not working with you on your depression issues.
We support you.
Posted 8/3/2007 3:00 PM (GMT -6)
Sounds like you need a new therapist. LIke Shy and Kitt, I agree that a therapist should be someone you get to know and trust, not just someone you see for 2hrs a week and forget about the rest of the time. Trusting your therapist is the only way to get proper help.