If you see the problem from a constructivistic point of view you have to admit that the frame and the content are really different. The frame is that two people have to avoid any contact out of the terapeutic frame; the content is that two people have to share contents and emotions inside the ter. frame. The energy needed to avoid contact between frame and content is high and can generate a sense of anguish as you reported. If you see the problem as an informational data, you can see the honesty of the contact between the frame and the content.You can see how worthy was your described therapeutic job. You can be happy for your therapeutic capability. But if you follow your victimistic pathway, the risk is to increase the distance between the frame and the content. And so doing (the risk) to increase the need of the energy to maintain those boundaries. And the necessary fuel is... your anguish. May be you need simply a new narrative
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