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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Tag Archives: therapy
I never rebelled against my parents, and that’s unhealthy. They were always there for me. I’m still a child in many ways. (sorry, Mom — not your fault) Now THAT’S unhealthy. It is frustrating to me. It is frustrating to … Continue reading
Last night, I awoke from a dream at 3AM. I couldn’t fall back asleep because my mind was working overtime, trying to decipher one of mankind’s greatest secret since the Celestine Prophecy: How many women can one man make … Continue reading
Today, Sophia and I sat in Borders for half the day, reading self-help books. I was determined to find a book that described me and my “problems” in psychological terms. After my two months of therapy, I’m fully convinced I … Continue reading
Therapy has had two opposite effects. It has motivated me to be more productive and organized, hence my post two days ago on how to be better organized. Thank you! Therapy has also made me incredibly self-absorbed, which is perfect for procrastination. … Continue reading
Neil: Sophia, let me ask you something. When I was with Pamela today (editor’s note: this week I’m calling my therapist Pamela), I couldn’t help noticing that she had just shaved her legs, and she wasn’t wearing any stockings, and … Continue reading
The trouble began, like most things in the world, in Saskatchewan, Canada. Some cute female blogger asked me to send her a drawing of my “talking penis character” to include in her scrapbook, or something like that. At first I … Continue reading
Dear Mom, I think it’s great that you coming to visit on Wednesday. I know you think you’re coming for Passover, but before we have any seder, we have one with little matter to discuss – You see, on … Continue reading
…when you have the internet. Here’s a very simple screening for personality disorders from NYU Department of Psychiatry. Just a little fun for you on a pleasant Sunday afternoon. Apparently, after taking the test, I learned I have an “avoidant … Continue reading
I always seem to get in trouble when I write about issues involving therapy. No one ever complains when I write about religion, but people always do about therapy topics (which tells me what America’s one true religion really is) . I … Continue reading