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Old 04-18-2013, 11:59 PM
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Yeah, like KD said


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Originally Posted by FullofLove1052 View Post
Our counselling session was very productive. 120 minutes. We each had things we wanted to discuss, and we talked about them. Our therapist was just kind of there as a mediator or to let us know if we needed to correct something or if we needed to rephrase something. The most important thing is he knows I am listening and processing everything he is saying. It is not just hearing key words or replying with "mmhm," "yeah," "right." It is actually being engaged in the conversation, listening to his feelings and thoughts, and asking questions about what was just said or discussed.
I found this to be one of the most helpful tools during counceling! It taught us a great deal about how to communicate with each other.
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