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What Dating a Psychologist Is Like

One of the charms of dating a psychotherapist draws from the distance they keep from their patients, which makes them seem inaccessible. But when you get to know them well, therapists are fun and loving. Below, learn what it is like to date a therapist.

  • Therapists Are Great Listeners - A psychotherapist will, by instinct and training, actively listen to you talk about your day or rant about life in general. They also observe your body language and will decipher what you are going through without judging you. They will know when you want to talk or want to be left alone.
  • Psychotherapists Know What They Want - Psychologists learn how to evaluate themselves during training and they, therefore, know what they want in a partner. The possibility of them wasting your time on endless dates and eventually turn you down is very low; they will decide on your first date whether they want you in or out. On the other hand, when a psychologist decides to date you, they are doing it from an informed point, and your union is likely to last a long time.
  • Therapists Offer Great Advice - Therapists know how to evaluate your psychological needs and give working solutions to the challenges that you face. They will help you deal with a troublesome boss or even help you to assess your life and improve it. If you are looking for a life-long partner who will help you make the right decisions, then hook up with a psychologist.
  • A Psychologist Will Keep Your Secrets - What is worse than sharing secrets with your partner, only to hear that they told the third party? The benefit of dating a psychotherapist is that they are in the business of keeping secrets and understand the downside of letting out the information given to them in confidence.

Tips to Successfully Dating a Therapist

Many preconceived notions and myths surround dating a therapist. Some of these notions can kill a beautiful relationship, while others can make it very strenuous. Here are some things that lead to successful engagement.

  • Be Confident - Many partners may feel intimidated by the thought that their partner is always analyzing their every move. This is not true. After a long day at work reading patients' conscious and subconscious verbal and non-verbal cues, your partner does not want to do that in the house. Additionally, they already read you and knew you before they said yes to date you. So chill, no one is analyzing you.
  • Do Not Lie to Them - It goes without saying that if your therapist partner can read a stranger's subconscious language, they will easily read their partner's non-verbal and verbal cues. By all means, therefore, tell them the truth.
  • Understand Their Schedules - Therapists, like doctors, can sometimes work long hours and even have an unpredictable work schedule. With this understanding, you will make maximum use of the time they spend with you.
  • Speak Up - Don't assume that because their work involves reading the subconscious mind, they can read your mind. If you are not happy about something they do, tell them - using actual words. If they do something that pleases you, thank them, using real words. Your partner is a therapist and not a mind reader.