My luck! I did therapy about 25 years ago (6 years individual; 2 yrs. group) and it really helped change some fundamental things.
Fast forward, time for some more really to deal with mortality and aging and reconcile midlife to retirement goals and disappointments.
Gotta go in network of course, so it's hit or miss. Tried one. he was a troll physically and professionally. Tried another on saturday and he is just a doll.
So energetic, empathetic, listened, took it in, seemed really ready for the type of professional relationship I had long ago.
It does help that he is a cute little italian with a hot smile and just the right amount of product in his hair?
The fact that you are so concerned about your therapist's physical appearance really bodes well for your treatment and prognosis, OP.
OP is hoping there's a space between the "e" and "r" in therapist.
R2 = Sean Connery on Jeopardy.
You seem the perfect patsy for a therapist. Buy a plant or a fish instead and get over yourself.
What R1 & R4 said. Also, lusting after hot guys isn't going to cure you of your fear of getting old. Maybe it's time to adjust your expectations and realize that maybe young guys consider YOU a troll.
Congrats OP, I hear your therapist grew a Van Dyke beard so you couldn't see him laughing at you.
[quote] just the right amount of product in his hair?
well, tomorrow is week 2 of my new therapy. Cant be more ready to dig in and actually do the work i need to do.
After that much therapy you are self absorbed and chasing your tail.