I've been in therapy for a few years now. I was sexually abused when I was a child. I was neglected in many ways and grew up in an alcoholic home. I've made some gains in therapy but I feel I've reached a place where I'm unable to get anything more out of it. I made the grave error of opening up to my therapist about my issues. I never felt the effects of childhood trauma but now I do. I have abandonment issues (especially with regards to women). I'm unable to shut off those feelings anymore, they are constant. There are some transference issues I have with my therapist which complicate things. I feel transference is the evil of psychotherapy. The relationship between client and therapist is what I call a fake friendship. One has to pay for an hours time of chit chat, afterwards it's 'til next time. I liken the fake frienship between client and therapist to paying a prostitute for fake companionship. I am bipolar and take meds for it. All I want now is to stop therapy and learn how to be at peace secluded from people. Can anyone advise me how to quit therapy without any pain separation and just be at peace alone? I know I'm rambling but thank you for reading.