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To say it is not "scientific" is not not quite true since it is not "Unscientific." It's just at a low stage of development. There were no books in his house (save a Pottery Barn catalog or copy of People magazine). So no, go date a patient if you want that relationship.
He watched a ton of television, mostly reality shows. You must be willing to accept that he will quietly consider you to be intellectually inferior. If your love affairs are all involved, If you've other problems that must be solved, If you worry about the way you look, And your son's just run off with your favorite cook, Make a date with a great psychoanalyst, and lie down.
Find a feeling, appealing psychiatrist And lie down. The second date we weren't even aroused and had barely warmed up and he started in all over. It took me a while to realize this was his thing, not necessarily consensual. Times change and my mother is 71 so they changed some time ago.
He gets in so many fights with waiters and salesclerks, I eventually had to stop doing anything with him but fucking and having food delivered.
Years later, I saw another one as a patient who actually fits your description. I've been in therapy a number of times over the last three decades - so, it's quite a large sampling. He's really cute and he now lives around the corner from me.
I had two good ones out of all that and they were in CA. I believe when we dated he was so horrified by my more open and freely-disclosing nature.
My mother told me once that real and imagined pain are not any different in terms of treatment from her perspective, be it psychological or physical.
But it makes a difference in diagnosis and to insurance companies. I know personally is a little nuts and come from really wacked out family. I know of someone who had an affair with her psychiatrist while she was married to a VERY prominent surgeon in Manhattan.
I encourage the guy I'm dating to try it with me, but he can never think of anything to ask me that doesn't somehow relate back to himself. Quite honestly, my therapists have had more dysfunctional relationships than anyone I know! 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.