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If so, this too might be an issue you should discuss with your therapist, who will likely have some useful input.

Therapy has become a customary part of my self-care song-and-dance, despite the sad truth that I haven't seen tons of progress when it comes to my struggles with depression, relationships, et al.

Frankly, all those aforementioned deep-seated issues are still very much alive and kicking, therapy be damned.

First things first: The best relationships are built on honesty, support, and mutual trust.

As such, if you’re seeking a healthy long-term intimate relationship with someone, keeping secrets is nearly always counterproductive.

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.

First, let me remind you that psychologists, psychiatrists and medical doctors are all just people.

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However, when he is away from work he is just himself.

Think about it from your perspective as a teacher: I do not know what level of teaching you are involved with.

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