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    Hope
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    How do I not make myself be emotionally dependent to therapy and my therapist? I feel very attached and dependent to my therapist. When we can’t meet one week, it’s like the end of the world for me and it’s extremely hard for me, but I don’t want it to be like that. It feels like I can’t live without my therapist. I want to be able to be ok when we can’t meet sometimes and not feel so attached to her. I want to be able to be ok on my own but still knowing that she’s there for me. How do I do this and change the way I feel?

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    mlove
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    I feel like you took the words out of my mouth. I literally feel the exact same way about my therapist. One week she wasn’t there, and I found myself crying. I as well feel so dependent on my therapist. (And now that we have no more scheduled sessions (because it went through the school year as I went in school)  it’s even harder because I just schedule with her when I feel like I need to) so I totally totally understand you and would love if others can give tips as well

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