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Re: transference questions Dinah

Posted by Fallen4MyT on December 6, 2004, at 23:17:45

In reply to Re: transference questions fluffycat, posted by Dinah on December 6, 2004, at 19:40:21

Hi Fluffycat and welcome to the site. I think it would depend on if you really want to explore this issue with your T..You can ask he not tell your PDOC as in off the record. It may help you and you know a lot of people may not agree with me but sometimes a cigar is just a cigar and you may just be attracted to the guys looks or his personality and would have been had you met him any other way. IF you talk to your T about it you may want to think ahead about what you find draws you to your PDOC like you said there are several things...these things IF this is transferance all say something about unresolved or unmet needs you have had and or have from others in your life often parents but not aways...I hope this helps some...and best of luck please let us know how it went ok?


> Originally posted by fluffycat 12/6/04
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> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm a newbie here but this seemed like more of an appropriate forum for my questions.
> >
> > I've been seeing a psychiatrist for about 5-6 months now, and a therapist at the same place for about 1-2 months. I recently realized I have a big crush on my psychiatrist. The thing is, from the little I understand about transference I don't talk to him like I would my therapist...he's not my counselor except as far as meds go. But he seems really caring and nice (and intelligent...and funny). So...is this transference? What exactly is transference anyway and how is it supposed to help me in this situation? And finally, is this something I should mention to my therapist? It gets a little painful at times because there are several things I really like about him, but maybe it will just go away in time and I shouldn't 'rock the boat', so to speak. Thanks in advance for any advice.
>
>


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