Case Examples of Gay Couple Counselling

Case Examples of Gay Couple Counselling

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Case Example: “Tits out darling, mummy’s home.”

Case Examples of Gay Couple Counselling

"I wanna lay ya, Leia" © SComedy

Some couples, who were not into role-playing, can become disturbed when one (or both) partner’s incompatible needs are revealed.  It can be seen as the other partner’s sexual inappropriateness.

When looked at a little more deeply, “inappropriateness” can have different definitions according to each partner, and how each partner’s family might have defined it (and where each partner learned what inappropriate meant).

As definitions reveal each partner’s belief-systems, we can notice that it might appear the couple are  jointly engaged in acting out the other’s dislikes (Partner A might not like sexual promiscuity, and Partner B acted it out.  Partner B might not like frigidity and partner A acted it out).

Negotating mutual changes in behaviour can be helpful, each partner taking back their projected fear, and the relationship ends up not needing to act out split-off defences.

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  1. I have a couple of good strghait friends. But I have lost friendships with strghait guys because of my sexual orientation. That is just the way it goes sometimes. But i definitely feel you on hanging around the weirdos and not attaching myself long term to any one person. You need to make friends with people who can support you. And people you can support back. My problem tends to be I end up doing all of the supporting and no one holds up there end. I burn out.

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