Dating psychology major
For example, on last night's Seinfeld rerun, Elaine went out on a date with a doctor, and in the car he grabbed her tongue and started explaining to her why it was fuzzy and how the saliva ducts work etc. Then he was surprised when she didn't want to kiss him.See, the problem I have with this is that some people get to the point where they can't even have an opinion in the relationship because they just get "you are psychoanalysing me". First, let me remind you that psychologists, psychiatrists and medical doctors are all just people. Thank you for submitting this very interesting question.Try having a conversation with THAT crap See, the problem I have with this is that some people get to the point where they can't even have an opinion in the relationship because they just get "you are psychoanalysing me".Try having a conversation with THAT crap Yeah, I have actually gotten that from my husband when I told him he was being passive aggressive.It doesn't mean I have to agree, but I enjoy the process. I'd have no cons or apprehensions about dating a therapist. It has more to do with setting boundaries between your work life and personal life right?
Psychologists aren't infalliable and may get stuck onto whatever 'theory' they're magneted to.(my best friend is a psychologist specializing in relationships) Ha ha ! I met a guy online like 10 yrs ago, when that was all pretty new.He was a phsychaitrist from a VERY prestigious hospital.Even if I am thinking about someone in a psychological manner, I never tell them I have. I don't think anyone I've ever been in a relationship with would ever say I acted like a psychologist in the relationship.I'm a therapist.I will be in May when I have my masters degree.