Our expert says:
YOur bf seems to have very highly unrealistic and selfish expectations of you and of therapy --- to expect his ex to remain an emotionally active part of his life and to expect you to accept and embrace this isea, is unrealistic and selfish. He seems, unfairly, to be assuming that its the therapist's fault that she doesn't automatically agree with and support him. Of course I dotn't know whether or not he may have a form ofADHD, but again, he seems to expect the therapiast never to challenge or criticize him, but to always support him. Moving to a new therapist in search of one who will agree with him is a doomed mission. He is bound to find fault with the next counsellor too, if he/she is any good. Its good that he has some interest in continuing with this therapist --- but raise these very issues in your message WITH the therapist, and work it out between you
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