…was honestly, not something I ever expected to cross my mind during a therapy session. However, due to the on-going quarantines surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, my regular therapy session yesterday was a teletherapy session. And this meant among other things that my cat was something that came up during the session. Literally.
In all seriousness, it is great that in this time of social distancing that so many therapists are offering teletherapy options. It ensures that individuals can still get the therapy they need to help them in their battles, without risking exposure to the novel Coronavirus currently running amok amongst the world’s populations. Yet as I discovered yesterday, there are some additional distractions and challenges to teletherapy. And these include a cat butt in your face.
Of course, the levity of this whole thing helps defuse the seriousness behind the need for teletherapy in the first place. And that is why I wanted to share it with all of you. In these dark times, little bursts of light can brighten our dark tales. We just need to know where to look.
And Ginny cat needs to learn when it is acceptable to share the desk with me and when it isn’t.