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Old 11-15-2016, 02:21 AM
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Your daughters are grown ups. They are entitled to have their private discussions with someone they feel comfortable and trust. Obviously not you, which is why you are at counselling.

Perhaps instead of over analyzing the situation until you manufacture a potential reason, speak to the counselor about how these things normally progress, do some research on the process or even watch an episode of Dr.Phil. You'll see it is not at all uncommon practise to speak to the family members seperately.

If you are expecting some kind of magic to happen after three episodes...er... sessions, then save your money and quit now. These things take time. A lot of time. And the more you put a timeline on your expectations of things being 'fixed" by, the longer it will take.

I can see not much has changed with your approach in the last 6 years.

Good luck with counseling
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