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A psychiatrist is more likely to be on the prescribing medicine side vs practicing psychotherapy. Not everyone is qualified for sugery or medical practice, the mental tools used for each are different.I really enjoyed my time dating him and I have a thing for doctors especially in those specialties. They can be comforting, understanding, and also aware of ways to deal with relationship problems (like using "I feel" talk instead of "You make me" talk.)You sound like you found a great guy. Do you think everyone who's not a surgeon is lazy? He's a catch, but could also have problems like any normal person. I'm about to start my second year of med school, so I can provide a little insight.Do surgeons make 'judgements' about livers? You come across as very threatened so maybe don't date this guy, or at least not until you understand what psychiatry is about. Don't mean this as a judgement, mean this as a 'hey this is an extreme reaction, maybe work out why'.Rather than the ignorant statement that you view them as crazy or lazy (completely stupid), what really bothers you and what you are really afraid of is this part that I quoted.I also have this preconceived notion that most psychiatrists are Lazy.Either lazy to begin with, which is what brought them to their specialty as opposed to surgery or something complex like nephrology, or the nature of their work is what drove them to become lazy. Therapists want to see positive change take place and are proactive when it comes to problem-solving. Game-playing and cryptic comments won’t help clients, so neither are part of their communication arsenal. Rather, therapists are aware of their own weaknesses, insecurities and shortcomings. When other people have crises, they call your date for wisdom, stability and security. Instead of small talk about the weather, your date can offer interesting facts and tidbits about human behavior.
And his thought process, though he can jump from one seemingly unrelated topic to the next, is coherent and he finds a way to interconnect the two thoughts together in a way that makes total sense.
I am afraid that he will spend the entire time we are together secretly psychoanalyzing me or making psychological or medical judgments about me based on what I say or what I do.
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Yeah, but you're painting every psychiatrist with the same brush.