Our expert says:
OK, I do recognize that where someone finds many topics, or just one, hard to talk about directly, it may be useful, with the agreement of the therapist, to write it down ( reasonably briefly !) and give it to him or e-mail it ahead of time - not expecting out-of-sessions responses, but so he can read it through at the start of the next session, and then discuss it.
I would expect, too, that your therapist would place such issues, an your degree of dependence on him, on the agenda for serious discussion within sessions.
Such dependency can easily become out of hand , and therapists may get tempted to allow and even to foster it, as it can feel good to be that important to someone else. So its good to hear that your therapist eals with this matter so responsibly and apparently effecively.
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