Actual murder husbands.

anonymous asked:

Why would your therapist be thinking of you? You're just a client. She's paid to listen to you, you're not friends. I'm sure she has her own life, with friends and relatives that she knows personally that she will be thinking about. Also why are you missing her of all people while you are on holiday? Clearly you're in denial about your attachment to her. Yes, forming a relationship with your therapist is vital for successful therapy but your need to feel special by her needs addressing.

Ok so I’ll take the bait and properly answer this one because I’m missing therapy.

I know I’m just a client and that my therapist has her own life, but that doesn’t mean she won’t ever think of me. When I worked as a doctor, I still thought of my patients every so often when I was off work, wondering how they were doing. I’ve been seeing T once a week for five years so we have a long relationship and it’s not unreasonable she might think of me from time to time. In fact, I know she does because she tells me so.

Don’t be ridiculous, of course I’m allowed to miss her. She’s an important person to me and it’s completely natural that we miss people who are important to us when we can’t see them. You can’t and shouldn’t turn feelings on and off like that. I’m not in any denial of my attachment to her, I know I’m attached and it’s ok, she’s ok with that, I’m ok with that, and if an anon on tumblr is not ok with that, well that’s not my problem.

anonymous asked:

You're not a lesbian. You're bisexual. Come out of denial and quit appropriating our language

I love when TERFs think they know anything and expect people to listen to whatever bullshit they spew out of their mouths

One of the Many Stages of Grief Is Denial--
  • <p> <b>Me:</b> So I'm gonna go watch the movie again.<p/><b>Boyfriend:</b> Lol why?<p/><b>Me:</b> I think I may have missed the scene where Peter was able to save Yondu.<p/><b>BF:</b> But, he dies.<p/><b>Me:</b> Oh no, I don't think so. I think I must've blinked or something.<p/><b>BF:</b> You're in denial aren't you?<p/><b>Me:</b> ....<p/></p>
7 Stages to Finding out You're Woo Inclined

1: Denial (the “I’m just crazy/making stuff up” stage)
2: Pain (“what does this historically arrested symbol even mean in this context, though?”, frustration tears)
3: Bargaining (“if I have one more weirdly legit interaction, then, and only then will I approach this deity”
4: Loneliness (“I can’t discuss this with anyone IRL”)
5: Acceptance (“fine, Anubis, I’ll give you the chocolate graham crackers you’ve been wanting, though idk why”)
6: Work (deity/deities want x from you)
7: Hope (that one day Their messages won’t confuse you more than you were in the first place)

If you're still in denial of wesley's death clap your hands

*clap clap*