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Has anyone here ever dated a psychologist? Has anyone here ever dated a psychologist?

11-25-2021 , 11:58 PM
I'd like to hear anything about this subject.
11-26-2021 , 12:02 AM
Interesting question, can you elaborate?
11-26-2021 , 12:24 AM
How does that make you feel?
11-26-2021 , 01:16 AM
I'm sure someone has, how else would you get new psychologists?
11-26-2021 , 01:24 AM
At least a couple. How many Bitcoins do I win?
11-26-2021 , 06:32 AM
No but I know someone that did. Turned into a real psycho. Arguably you should stay away from them and lawyers
11-26-2021 , 09:59 AM
Yeah...she told me I had anger issues so I told her to "*** off ****"
11-26-2021 , 10:21 AM
Yes. I diagnosed her as having daddy issues. Treatment was delightful.
11-26-2021 , 10:43 AM
Worst 60 minutes of my life.
11-29-2021 , 11:05 PM
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Originally Posted by gregorio Has anyone here ever dated a psychologist?
Interesting question, can you elaborate?
There's a woman I know who I can tell is into me who is a psychologist. Trying to see if anyone knows anything I don't.
11-30-2021 , 12:12 PM
Tell her she reminds you of your mom. That's a good ice breaker with a psychologist
11-30-2021 , 12:27 PM
I'm married to a psychologist.

She has friends form work who are dating. They all say the same thing: that people they date always either legit freak out about being analyzed or make lame jokes about being analyzed. They hear things related to this on nearly every first date they go on. The reality is that they can turn that part of their brain off when they leave work. They aren't analyzing you on a date.

So not making a big deal about it is an opportunity to differentiate yourself from the crowd.

Dating a psychologist has the perk of getting to hear some pretty insane stories at the end of the day. That's really the only way that it's different than dating someone from another occupation in my experience.
11-30-2021 , 08:35 PM
On average probably they're a touch crazier than the average non-psychologist. Also generally more open to redirection in life instead of just blind momentum incapable of new tacks ... at least when it comes to others. The newer wave I think is more flexible when it comes to themselves, that is, as to not being "answer man (or woman)" but "question man."
12-01-2021 , 03:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Aicirt Has anyone here ever dated a psychologist?
I'm married to a psychologist.

She has friends form work who are dating. They all say the same thing: that people they date always either legit freak out about being analyzed or make lame jokes about being analyzed. They hear things related to this on nearly every first date they go on. The reality is that they can turn that part of their brain off when they leave work. They aren't analyzing you on a date.

So not making a big deal about it is an opportunity to differentiate yourself from the crowd.

Dating a psychologist has the perk of getting to hear some pretty insane stories at the end of the day. That's really the only way that it's different than dating someone from another occupation in my experience.
this has been my own experience

occasionally she'd have some really good observations/input and i get the feeling that she has more but holds back to maintain neutrality etc etc but when she has done this it wasn't like she was analyzing me as a client but like a regular person

had i not known her career i'd never in a million years believe i was being analyzed - she also works with troubled kids so i guess that makes the distinction between work/life a bit clearer
12-01-2021 , 07:15 PM
Anyone know any long term negative effects of being in relationship with a psychologist? Asking for a friend

Friend was married to one for 12 years and now divorced and has not quite been himself lately. Does anyone know what a psychologist can do to you over a long period of being with one?
12-01-2021 , 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by bundy5 Has anyone here ever dated a psychologist?
Anyone know any long term negative effects of being in relationship with a psychologist? Asking for a friend

Friend was married to one for 12 years and now divorced and has not quite been himself lately. Does anyone know what a psychologist can do to you over a long period of being with one?

You think it's worse than it would have been if his wife of 12 years would have worked a different occupation?
Today , 04:36 AM
No but I fooled around once with a graduate student studying psychology. Crazy in bed with daddy issues. She claims to have had orgies with her swim team teammates as an undergrad. She went down on me and gave me God like pornstar style head and lost it when I wouldn’t go down on her because she got me off first. I was laying next to her hoping to recuperate when she went batsh*t crazy and kicked me out of her apartment because I lost my sex drive after her bj. I can understand if we were a couple but this was our first time together and it was basically our first time meeting. She was sober, imagine her drunk
Today , 05:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Aicirt Has anyone here ever dated a psychologist?
I'm married to a psychologist.

She has friends form work who are dating. They all say the same thing: that people they date always either legit freak out about being analyzed or make lame jokes about being analyzed. They hear things related to this on nearly every first date they go on. The reality is that they can turn that part of their brain off when they leave work. They aren't analyzing you on a date.

So not making a big deal about it is an opportunity to differentiate yourself from the crowd.

Dating a psychologist has the perk of getting to hear some pretty insane stories at the end of the day. That's really the only way that it's different than dating someone from another occupation in my experience.
I have a degree in psychology and can 100% confirm the freak out about being analyzed or make lame jokes about being analyzed (lame, so double offensive). They are so tiring. and the worst part is that the person usually thinks they're clever by saying it not knowing how many people have already said it. Its like a Michael Scott moment.

That being said, unless you're a serial killer or a pedo or something dark like that, you have nothing to worry about dating a psycholgist. Think of it from the psychologists point of view. Lets say you're a construction worker, and you love your job, you love breaking up rocks, putting buildings together piece by piece, working with a crew, you thoroughly love your job. You still don't want to do that after you've done that all day when you're on a date with your girl or your guy. Haven't you ever heard the thing about how strippers are tired of being asked to do a strip show for them by their partner or cops are tired of every girl they bang wanting police sex, it gets old to not have a break from it when youre in your normal life. (see the episode of seinfeld where jerry dates a massage therapist and can't get her to give him a massage) Psychologist, construction worker, stripper, cop, whatever. people tend to like to have a separate life from their work that doesn't involve more of their work. I'm not even trying to become a psychologist with my degree and I can still tell you, theyre people like anyone else and it seems like the only person who would be worried about dating one is that they might figure out your baggage when its private because its easier for them then the average person. And I'm not talking about immediately, I mean if they dated you for years at a time.

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