My therapy has helped me a great deal since the beginning of the year. I have shed lbs and learnt to express/deal with problems I had never ever talked about before.
I relate to her quite well.
Problem is...she's preggo. I've been feeling guilty (insane I know) telling her about my woes, like the baby will be sad because of me and she herself is supposed to be having hormonal problems as well. I've never been pregnant so I'm just guessing.
Now she's almost at the end of the pregnancy and she's on maternity leave so we'll not be meeting at the hospital anymore.
I guess it will be a more informal setting.
I have a few issues with that:
I feel like I'm pursuing her with my problems
I don't want to start everything afresh with a new therapist (in their center, they have trainees and the last time one of them was there with her, I guess (and I'm just guessing) that she wants to transfer me under the trainee's care. Which I obviously don't want.
I don't want to stop my therapy.
The only other option would be to interrupt the therapy for some months...until she comes back. I don't like that idea either but I guess it's the only option I have for the meantime.
I'll be seeing her this week (surely the last time before she gives birth). I want to know what if my concerns are legitimate before seeing her. May be I'm just
t being irrational? Will it be a good idea to be discussing such negative things with a baby nearby?
Please give me your opinion on what I should do.