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Re: Lott: guest author for a week cockeyed

Posted by fallsfall on August 7, 2005, at 20:41:01

In reply to Re: Lott: guest author for a week, posted by cockeyed on August 3, 2005, at 20:50:10

Hi Cockeyed,

I wish that Ms. Lott had answered your post, I'm not sure why she didn't - maybe you posted the same time she did, so she missed it.

I would think that it doesn't matter if the patient is a man or woman. That most of therapy is the same for both. At least transference should be the same for both.

What you describe sounds, to me, like transference. I find that when my reactions seem extreme considering the situation, that it is usually transference. I would suggest that you talk to your doctor and tell him how you are feeling - ask him if you are understanding how he is feeling correctly. It is embarrassing to ask this, but I have found that it really does help to find out what the other person's view of the interchange is.

Good luck. Let us know how it is going.




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