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Not only have I come across these assholes (even in grad school), but random strangers often seem super put off when I mention my work.I've even considered lying about my degrees to avoid this kind of shit, but I'm not particularly good at lying and it doesn't seem like a sustainable strategy for making friends, haha.I have a psych degree and many friends in the field, and I was married to an academic psychologist.I can state with confidence that anyone with any psych training is not interested in "analyzing" your every move or "understanding" your deep desires more than anyone else you know.The point is that when you go home you are simply your own self and not the professional role you occupy as a teacher.It is exaclty the same for this man you are dating. First, let me remind you that psychologists, psychiatrists and medical doctors are all just people.
I am now dating a psychologist who I really hit it off with. He hasn’t shared as much about his family with me except to say that his mother left him when he was very young and his father disregarded every accomplishment he made. I adore him and our relationship is terrific but I fear I am not asking him enough questions. They are human beings who experience and suffer from all of the human foibles and life problems that afflict us all. Well, for one, I want to remind you that his "knowledge base" is intellectual in nature and does not have much to do with him as a human being.If they actually work as a therapist, they very likely want to hear extended emotional dumps about your childhood or your problems less than other people you know, in the same way that every MD you know is probably pretty sick of getting asked for medical advice in their free time.In other words, they're pretty much exactly like everyone else.The closest I got was dating a guy with an undergrad degree in psychology. Me: I'm not schizophrenic, and most people feel disconnected from their parents as teens. Classic psych major move- trying to make people fit the concepts they learned about in school. I hate negging..any wannabe PUA or redpiller thinks that's a good idea is beyond me. See, they don't actually want psychologically stable women- they want women who are easy to manipulate.Only problem is, undergrad doesn't usually really go that deep into pathopsych or the mechanisms behind psychology, so while he thinks he knows a lot about a lot he really just knows a little about a lot. If a guy throws me a backhanded compliment or downright insults me then all I can think is "jerk" and then I usually just leave. If they neg a woman and she gets that it's negging and responds by leaving, he doesn't have to waste time on a woman who won't be what he wants.