Okay, so yesterday was my last day with my therapist. I wrote a while back about the possibility of moving with her and got alot of warnings not to. Well, I understand the problem of intertwining personal and professional relationships and I'm not going to live with her. She also looked into it a little further and discovered that she could lose her license so the bottom line is that she was a great help but she has moved on with her life and here I am in this small town without the possibility of any competent help. I wasn't distressed saying goodbye and I don't feel afraid or abandoned only frustrated. Thank you all for you advice and concern. I'm going to do alot of work myself and keep up the committment to heal. I'm thinking about going to Timberlawn in the summer and I just got a part time job to keep me busy.
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