I feel as if I have become somewhat.. dependent on therapy and on my therapist. It's weird bc at one time I was very independent. Now though, I feel the need to run everything by her, I send her emails sometimes between sessions to tell her what is going on with me, and it's usually not even important. The best part is, I refuse to see what she tells me. I don't always listen and I press her buttons. It's probably how I got the secondary dx of BPD! I don't know what to do. She's been the only stable constant in my life since I got diagnosed with bipolar, one time I thought she was going to drop me as a patient and I lost it... it didn't help that I was manic at the time, but you catch my drift. Anyway, has anyone else run into this?
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