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Is this a boundary crossing?
I meet this male clinical psychologist once every week on a day program. The members of the program are five women and one man. The staff are the cinical psychologist and 2 other healthcare professionals. We talk with the clinical psychologist one on one every six months and write down short-term and long-term goals each of us wants to achieve in the program. And the clinical psychologist wrote comments for each member. And I unfolded the paper on the bus home, and noticed that he had drawn a cute illustration and a message that said 'Merry Christmas' on the back of the paper. I was delighted because I was secretly feeling attracted to him. Some of the other members were reading comments from him in our room, but no one was talking about any illustrations at all, so I assumed that this was only for me.
How do I take this?
He knows that I need to learn to have healthy boundaries and he did this a week later after he knew about my goal. I am confused and I don't know what to do especially because (I think) I like him.
Sure I will.
Thank you so much for your answer and I appreciate it.
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