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Re: Dr. Bob, where would be a good place to... sleepygirl

Posted by Deneb on March 2, 2006, at 17:52:06

In reply to Re: Dr. Bob, where would be a good place to... Deneb, posted by sleepygirl on March 2, 2006, at 16:23:35

> well certainly it is fine to care about someone, but it begs the question "why would you not be more interested in seeking such a relationship in real life (with someone of course who is accessible and appropriate)?"

I'm not good with relationships in real life. Relationships are confusing and scary. People expect things from me. I have to phone people and stuff like that. I wish I could be a normal person, but I'm not.

> Trying to pursue interactions with Dr. Bob is only likely to frustrate you.

So far it hasn't frustrated me that much yet. I understand when he doesn't talk to me.

> I think talking about this to your pdoc is a good idea, or better yet, a therapist (if you have one yet).

My pdoc is my therapist first and an M.D. second.

Deneb


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