I am dating my therapist
I don't tell my therapist anything I wouldn't tell my own close friends to be honest, but I have one because it's an impartial third party that I can just vent to every week who has to listen.
Kay told ABC News that after almost eight years of therapy he discovered that Rosenberg, of Farmington Hills, Mich., had begun dating his ex-wife, Laurie, while he was treating Kay for depression over the divorce.
I can only urge you, encourage you, try to convince you to be true to who you are. I cannot tell you to not be intimidated but I think it would help if you remind your self that he is just a man, just a person, just a person who has his hurts and pains and that he looks to you for things like: Love, Acceptance, Warmth, Understanding and Safety.
Ok, not sure if this is the correct forum for this question, but I suspect I'll know what type of answers I'll get, and I've seen some people's way of responding lurking about before..here goes anyway. I shall preface this question by letting people know that I am a psychologist myself in profession, so I know what the supposed rules are, and I have never crossed the line myself with one of my own patients (nor been tempted to), but suffice to say, Im curious how bad it really would be to date someone that was PREVIOUSLY in a patient-therapist position with you, NOT while you are STILL in therapy.
#unintentionaltwinning A post shared by Amie Nicole (@amienicole13) on The 36-year-old therapist is also the author of the book, "The New Sex Bible for Women." Carey was previously engaged to Nicole Jaracz, but they split up in 2012 before making it to the altar.
If Drew need some motivation to make this one work out -- check her degree. The point is that when you go home you are simply your own self and not the professional role you occupy as a teacher.