I'm feeling down about the thought of my therapy having to end one day. I know it's silly and rationally I know everything has to end, including therapy but I can't imagine ever being without my therapist. I have been seeing her for 2 years now. I am now pregnant for the second time and fear that I will spend alot of time talking about the pregnancy and my fears, which I already spent 9 months doing with my first baby! Because of that, I feel as if I haven't been focusing consistently on my issues. But on the other hand, once I've had this baby, I'll have been seeing my therapist for nearly 3 years. That sounds like a really long time. But I know I will still want to see her. I'm afraid that she'll feel as if I have been there too long or that I'll never leave and then I'll feel uncomfortable there. This is how my last therapy went wrong, because I asked her if she would tell me if she thought I had been coming too long and she then said she thought it would be a good time to finish, right there and then, in the last 5 mins of the session. I was really hurt and never got over it enough to continue therapy with her.
I guess I'm just wondering what others experiences are and how long people have been in therapy and if the therapist ever commented on the time frame?
Thanks everyone for listening. I'm getting paranoid about this.