Rules dating your therapist

I know we've discussed the topic before many times on the site, I'm going to try to dig up some old posts and post the links here. It's been too long since I had that class (went to school to be a T, but never was).I can speak to this from a personal standpoint as well.From time to time she told me that she was doing something with me that she didn't normally do with clients etc., but at the time it wasn't a problem.Anyway, we ended therapy and it was a natural process.You need to work as a team in order to solve conflicts in your relationship."Whether you've been on one date, dating for one week, one month, or one year, there will always be new things to learn about each other and learn to navigate together," Lori Salkin, senior matchmaker and dating coach at Saw Youat tells Elite Daily.


It's not a bad tactic — after all, it's likely what led you here.Take ownership of what it is you want and need, and stay away from blaming the other person," Vienna Pharaon, a licensed marriage and family therapist in New York City tells Elite Daily.


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