Psycho-Babble Psychology Thread 481573

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for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 10:10:08

I think my T thinks he is Freud! lol Isn't it funny how many T's have beards! It makes you wonder what THEY are trying to hide! My T is tall with gray hair but nice looking. His voice is so soothing. I wonder if they take a class on how to sound so soothing! Sorry everyone, I am in just a crazy fun mood this Friday. I need some intertainment for the weekend! lol

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by Susan47 on April 8, 2005, at 13:22:25

In reply to for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 10:10:08

I wouldn't be surprised if they did have some training in modulating their voice. My last therapist was a beautiful man with big brown eyes, a lovely rugged profile which I just adored.. I could look at him forever, I swear. Soft brown hair just past the collar, straight and silky... to this day I fantasize about the smell of it. Mmm. I wonder what he smells like. He has lovely colouring too, a beautiful skin tone. Lately I notice he's wearing glasses .. but they don't detract, he'd look great in anything, to my eyes anyway. Sigh. Okay. What else. Oh yes he has a gorgeous body I can tell. Big in the shoulders, beautiful beautiful hands. I think the nicest pair of hands I've ever seen on any guy. Isn't this sickening? But it's true, you know... I'm so sad for the women who've all fallen for him, it must be terrible for all of us. There should be a law against gorgeous T's. It just is so so so not fair.

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 14:06:14

In reply to for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 10:10:08

What is so funny when he looks over his reading glasses at me. Don't people know how silly they look when they do that? I just want to tell him to stop, you look 20 times older when you do that! lol

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by Susan47 on April 8, 2005, at 14:14:56

In reply to Re: for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 14:06:14

Looking silly is precisely why I do it myself. I like that it looks silly. It's funny. And I do it for laughs, and I usually get them. Now, how do you make an emoticon with glasses??? :-)

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by caraher on April 8, 2005, at 14:18:35

In reply to Re: for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 14:06:14

> What is so funny when he looks over his reading glasses at me. Don't people know how silly they look when they do that? I just want to tell him to stop, you look 20 times older when you do that! lol

He just wants to see; chances are the reading glasses are just for stuff that's up close!

Mine is 40-ish, about 5' 10", short brown hair, brown eyes, slim. Since she had her baby she's let the hair grow out slightly and evidently stopped dying it, as it is now flecked with gray. I actually like it better that way.

One thing that's interesting to me is reading all the "falling for my T"-themed posts here. I wonder how much of that comes from the type of therapy... I also wonder how it correlates with the gender of the patient (I'm male). I mention this here because while I like her and find her attractive and all that I've never felt "in love" or obsessed with her. I'm glad I don't have that "complication" but I wonder what's different for others that this seems so common. (Or maybe it's just that only those who *do* feel that way talk about it and my perception of its prevalence is exaggerated...)

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like! caraher

Posted by pinkeye on April 8, 2005, at 14:26:02

In reply to Re: for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by caraher on April 8, 2005, at 14:18:35

Probably because women have a tendency to get attracted and fall in love with father and authority figures - and a T is a perfect example of a father figure, somoone who cares, and moulds a person, and keeps expectations.

I think there is an innate need for women to kind of be able to look up to a man and fall in love with that person. And there is no such need for a man. And having a male as your therapist is a sure way to get that. The pattern kind of matches an innate picturization women have about their partners and no matter how intelligent or capable the woman is, it is hard to fight this basic pattern matching algorithm embedded deep inside.


> One thing that's interesting to me is reading all the "falling for my T"-themed posts here. I wonder how much of that comes from the type of therapy... I also wonder how it correlates with the gender of the patient (I'm male). I mention this here because while I like her and find her attractive and all that I've never felt "in love" or obsessed with her. I'm glad I don't have that "complication" but I wonder what's different for others that this seems so common. (Or maybe it's just that only those who *do* feel that way talk about it and my perception of its prevalence is exaggerated...)

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 14:45:46

In reply to Re: for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by Susan47 on April 8, 2005, at 14:14:56

> Looking silly is precisely why I do it myself. I like that it looks silly. It's funny. And I do it for laughs, and I usually get them. Now, how do you make an emoticon with glasses??? :-)

Thanks! I am laughing so hard! :) Now it's going to be really hard NOT to laugh when he does that! I need a good laugh today!

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by PM80 on April 8, 2005, at 15:12:20

In reply to Re: for fun, what does your T look like! caraher, posted by pinkeye on April 8, 2005, at 14:26:02

hahaha, I'm almost chuckling here at my desk. I've only seen one T in my life, the guy I'm seeing now, and he is around my father's age. (I'm in my twenties) He is gray-haired -close to white, but he definitely was blonde when he was younger. Overweight, but not obese. Sometimes he takes his shoes off and sits indian-style on his chair - that made me laugh the first time he did it. Oh yeah, and I'm not sexually attracted to him, even though I really feel comfortable with and I like him as a person.

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like! happyflower

Posted by All Done on April 8, 2005, at 15:54:11

In reply to for fun, what does your T look like!, posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 10:10:08

Well, you've asked what our Ts look like and you've mentioned that you need a good laugh today.

You might want to check out this rather interesting thread:

http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/social/20031217/msgs/292809.html

Have fun!

Ms. Psychobabble USA *winner*, Laurie

 

Re: for fun, what does your T look like!

Posted by happyflower on April 8, 2005, at 17:39:09

In reply to Re: for fun, what does your T look like! happyflower, posted by All Done on April 8, 2005, at 15:54:11

> > You might want to check out this rather interesting thread:
>
> http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/social/20031217/msgs/292809.html
>
>
> Ms. Psychobabble USA *winner*, Laurie

Thanks! I read every post laughing my butt off! I am so glad I joined this board! lol


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