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Re: Therapist's Freudian?? Slip Tamar

Posted by Rigby on September 24, 2005, at 20:30:35

In reply to Re: Therapist's Freudian?? Slip Rigby, posted by Tamar on September 24, 2005, at 19:03:31

Hey Tamar,

Yeah, I've got zero idea what the context was. I wish I knew. She and I have had an oddly similar path around sexuality so it's all pretty weird.
> Interesting slip. I also wondered what Alexandra wondered... maybe you were discussing an aspect of your boyfriend's personality that resonated strongly for your therapist?

Does it bug you to be called someone your husband considers platonic? I used to be called an ex's sister's name and it bugged me no end!
> My husband calls me by his sister's name frequently, which always makes me laugh. I don't look like his sister but we have some common traits!

My therapist looked kinda shocked at herself when she did this. Like she covered but it was obvious she'd be thinking about it afterward.
> My worst slip was calling a colleague by my husband's name. Now that was embarrassing...

Thanks for responding!




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