5 thoughts on “Change

  1. A new psychotherapist, in our second session, tried to force me against my will to do something I absolutely refused to do. It was a bloody set up. A spider’s web. A betrayal. [I figured out the deceit later, after I got home]. I ended the session abruptly. I’d had enough. She accused me of putting her in a corner by asking her if I did not comply, did it mean she would not be my therapist. She told me it was a ‘suggestion.’ I told her that meant I could refuse. She didn’t get it. I told her I would never allow anyone to force me against my will ever again. I left as fast as I was able to walk with two canes helping me. I thought I had fractured my knee a week ago. So I was still in the stages of pain. She was a great disappointment but it was a Change for me to not back down. I said NO and I held my ground. What she asked of me is irrelevant. Trust me, though, it was abhorrent.

    I describe my actions as follows: Will‌ – the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention; “the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt”- George Meredith

    Damn right I was in a revolt. Did she think she was stronger than me? She wasn’t. She tried to steal my convictions from me with pathetic manipulation. She failed miserably. And no I never intend to go back or speak to her ever again. She harmed me the first week. In the second week, I shut her down. It is done.

    I am angry but stronger for it. – j.kiley

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