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Discussion Re: What the worst advice you received from people not on this forum?
« Reply #80 on: April 14, 2019, 11:36:36 PM »
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Her therapist happened to be my sil’s friend.

Highly unprofessional of your SIL's friend to counsel your D - his wife.  Highly unethical.


Still unethical. By sil I meant sister-in-law. The Leavers sister.

Even worse!! Too close contact.  Never counsel/mentor/"therapise"  close friends or contacts with close friends.  There has to be boundaries.
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