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My psychiatrist lies to me

Postby anonymouswom » Sat Jul 18, 2020 9:46 pm

My psychiatrist told me that every man likes to fantasize about dominating a woman, and I know he was lying. He always does that, lies and then when I ask him "why did you say that?" he tells me that he never said that.
I knew he was lying, but I keep asking myself how many times did he lie to me.
I don't know what to do. I have no one to talk to, my family doesn't like me and does not like talking to me, I have no friends, and I have a lot of questions, and the only person I trusted was my psychiatrist, if he lies to me, what do I do?
I know what you are probably thinking, "find another psychiatrist". But what if the other psychiatrist starts lying to me too? I will not be able to recognize the lies.
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Re: My psychiatrist lies to me

Postby BorNor » Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:05 am

Hi anonymouswom,

It must be hard, the situation you are in... And I think there is no easy answer to your question - who can you trust and how to find that person.
Instead of giving you advice let me share with you my personal experience.
7 years ago, after a breakup I had a very hard time in my life. I realized that I can't trust the people (my family, my friends) who were supposed to support me. It felt like dissolving in the middle of huge emptiness without anything to hold onto.
I started to see a therapist, but it just didn't get better. After half a year I gave it up and left therapy.
But I knew that I can't handle this alone. So some months later I contacted another therapist. Even if I was anxious about our meeting, after the first session I felt much optimist about dealing with my $hit.

We are all unique and we all need different people to make us feel good. But if it doesn't feel good, I think you are not in the right place. I wish you courage to find the people who you need!
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Re: My psychiatrist lies to me

Postby Aerix » Fri Jul 24, 2020 5:08 am

1) If you're able to recognize it with this one, why wouldn't you be able to with another? You might be.

2) This one isn't helping you, and sounds rather toxic / gaslighty, so either you stay where you are or you take a chance on a new one. Those are your options. Find the courage to keep searching for the right one.
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