Discussion 3 to Meditation 61
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I'm 6 years too late for Kevin Carnes, but as I was reading Meditation 61, I was infuriated when I read the passage:
"I asked them to pray for me when I was having these, and other, more private “sinful” thoughts and feelings. (The other of these “friends” was also my former THERAPIST (highlight mine)). She also happened to be married to one of the two church elders. She broke my confidence and told her husband some of what I was telling her."
I'm not sure where this took place and what kind of therapist she was, but isn't this violating confidentiality? Other than suicidal thoughts, and impending violence, aren't therapists required to maintain confidentiality?