Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
He lives in NYC. He can be contacted at neilochka on yahoo.
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I sat in an upscale coffee bar on Fifth Avenue, drinking a cup of coffee, killing some time before my therapy appointment. I noticed on my iPhone that the establishment had wi-fi, but it required a password. I looked up … Continue reading
“Our last meeting was so impactful, that I wrote something about it on my blog,” I told Dr. Nesmith. “Really? What about?” “It was about my trip home from our last session. You see, when I was coming to you … Continue reading
The color scheme of the E train — baby blue seats and shiny chrome handles — has always seemed more appropriate for the monorail at Disneyland than for a gritty source of transportation between Queens and Manhattan. I was on … Continue reading
Therapist’s Office Over Manhattan’s Only Hooters. First Contact “Hello,” I said as I answered my iPhone. “Hello. This is Steve Goldman. You left me a message.” “Oh hello. Thanks for calling. Yes. I was recommended to you and I was … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone on Facebook who recommended a good therapist in New York. You’re nice people (and apparently rather troubled). I promise to look into it this week. Today I went to my family doctor for a check-up. … Continue reading
Woman: “You really enjoy a woman’s body?” Neil: “Is there anything better in God’s world?” Woman: “How do my breasts taste to you?” Neil: “Like milk and honey. Like the Holy Land described in the Bible. I still remember that … Continue reading
I’ve been feeling a little depressed lately, so last week, I decided to go see a therapist. I read about a new therapy office that recently opened, and it was getting a lot of publicity, so I decided to take … Continue reading
When you walk into a room — a party, a new office, an interview, a meeting, a dinner with friends — do you tend to (the majority of times): 1) feel “better” than the others (I’m smarter, saner, better-looking, richer, … Continue reading