Ok so today was the first day back at school, but I had to go talk to my counselor today before school because of my appointment which made me late of course.
I really know I'm supposed to be doing this to help me out, and maybe after this time it will? But she just really pissed me off about a lot of stuff. She did know what happened within the last couple of days with my ex and that jerk at the party. And I did have issues, she's made that clear. Pretty much a lot of what Heather has said about denial and avoiding the issue. Which I don't always know when I'm doing it, but I believe that I am there's no reason to lie about it.
Yet at the same time, I know I've said I've had sex with Trevor and it was completely consensual and I wanted by me. Well I figured he'd show up in the kit, and I told her that yeah, we did have sex. Well she assumes because of the way I acted with the other guys that I'm just BSing and lying like he raped me or something and I don't get that at all.
Top that with school, and it makes for a really ticked off person...
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I think you need to go ahead and chill things out with your conselor. Next time you go to see her, let her know that you want a policy of honestey and respect between the both of you. If you continue to feel like she's judging you, find another adult on campus you trust, such as one of your teachers, or talk to a really good friend you know has your best interests at heart. Good luck!
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