When I was at my hygienist's, she was pleased how I had brushed my teeth. So I wanted to compliment her treatment this time and said " you have really cleaned my teeth thoroughly this time."
Previously, we've had an unsteady relationship, so I hoped that we were on good terms, and make amends. However, perhaps the way I said that comment did not seem to appease her. Towards the end of the session, when she was spraying my teeth and gums by spraying water. She kept on doing this continually and had become uncomfortable, which hadn't happened before.
Perhaps, she felt I was scarcastic because I thought that the other times, she didn't do a good job.
Also, at the end, as I was getting out of the patient's chair, which I had sat on for 45 minutes, I came across the heavy tray that had been around me. The first thing I wanted to do to stretch out my hands and feet to become more comfortable. I felt she was trying to test my nerve, by putting an obstacle in my way.
After I related my version of events to my psychiatrist she told me not to be so sensitive and that I was imagining the whole incident.
On another occasion I told my psychiatrist that sometimes when I walk in the street someone, when I'm coming towards him, pretends to check whether there was dog's muck on his shoes.
I was very upset with her reply. She advised " I know this goes on, but why would they do it to you?"
Emotionally disturbed people have delusions - Psychiatrists delude their patients.
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