Monthly Archives: July 2014

“I am unhappy because my husband is mean. How can I change him?” Proper Advice from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

I’m 38 and have been married for 15 years. With two daughters, aged 12 and ten, we’ve generally been happy, but I feel our future is under threat. My husband runs his own business from home and works extremely hard. … Continue reading

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“My parents sent me away to school and I still bear a grudge.” Proper Advice from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

I was born to an expat family and sent to school in England in my early teens. I held a grudge against my parents over this, and in an act of rebellion I left school, stopped their financial support and never … Continue reading

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“Am I foolish to fall for a young Greek waiter?” Proper Advice from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

Last August I went to Greece with a bunch of friends. To my amazement, a waiter at our local taverna made it clear he fancied me. The thing is he’s 27, while I’m 51. On the last night things escalated … Continue reading

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