Am I right in thinking my therapist was out of line?
Okay, I've been going to therapy. I suffer from Anxiety/Depression. I get very anxious before I fall into my depression. I'm medicated and it has been working, but in February I lost my Nanny (Grandmother) who was my best friend. She lived with me the last several years of her life, and I was the closest grandchild to her.
Though her passing has caused me much sadness and depression, I'm glad she's not suffering anymore. She had COPD, and her whole entire back was a mess from a fall years ago and it kept getting worse. She was taking up to three 80MG Oxycontin a day, and three 15MG in between for breakthrough pain. I'm a nurse and I KNOW that was doing nothing for her but making everything worse.
The reason we're so close is because I've had Open Heart Surgery, then at 17 years old my ribs grew over themselves and they had to take them apart and put them back where they were supposed to be. Now my chest has caved in on itself and I'm waiting for them to put a titanium bar in my chest to pop it back out, so I understand the love/hate relationship of pain medicine.
ANYWAY - we started out the session by talking about how tough it's been since my Nanny has passed, and then I just threw in there a little trust issue I'm having with my Mom. This is MY therapist and she says "You just threw your Mom under the bus." That's out of line right?