Dating psychology major
I'm a childrens theatre producer for Gods sake, and I'm just sitting in the middle of nowhere, pouring bourban for this guy and saying " uh huh", "well have you tried to contact her since ? If he hadn't paid for the lodging and lobsters I swear I should have billed him ! One close friend and couple (both the husband and wife are psychologists) who are a part of the extended family. She understands the emotional needs of all her loved ones.
The couple themselves need more therapy than anyone else I know. Their daughters life is a mess and they had a huge part to play.
(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.
I went on a date with this girl last week who is in her masters program at college for Family Therapy.
We got along real well and Im hoping to go on a 2nd date with her when she has some free time from studying for her finals.
I do want the cons too- I am studying to become one I am trying to step outside myself and see what a pain we can be and what I should be aware of.
I myself enjoy being analyzed and inspired to see different aspects of myself which I may never have considered.
And, they're introspective which bodes well for any relationship.So if you do the psychological equivalent of that, you're not going to get lucky.It has more to do with setting boundaries between your work life and personal life right?But I don't think using one's knowledge to analyze an interpersonal situation is out of line unless it is the only way you relate or you overdo it.
If you back up your observations with specific examples about the person's behavior or the situation, then it becomes clear whether you're just psychobabbling or you're really onto something.
First, let me remind you that psychologists, psychiatrists and medical doctors are all just people.