Originally Posted by flamesabers
And him telling you that you need him in a sexual way I think is way beyond appropriate as your therapist.
Thanks for the responses. I hope I didn't make it sound confusing. Just to make it clear, I meant to say that he told me that I needed him, but he says it in a way that you can detect sexual undertones. It makes me feel that way at least. He didn't say "you need me sexually". It just feels almost flirtatious.
And you're right, it does seem weird that he is fine with me seeing him even if I have no medical or therapeutic need to do so whatsoever. He even sounded happy talking about the possibility me seeing him for another year or for those to come, as much as I'd like to, basically. And then having him say this while it looks as though his eyes are not "ahem" focused on my face, makes it all the more awkward.
I just don't know why he needed to know what gets me off. It just seemed like a cheap way for him to connect with me like my past boyfriends did. He seems emotional when talking to me about my passionate past. I do have hypersexual tendencies, but it doesn't make sense for him to ask what fetishes I might have or what specifically gets me going. It just felt inappropriate and he didn't even bother to ask me if I felt okay with sharing something so private. I have never had a therapist ask that, nor could I imagine any therapists getting away with it either.