The central figure's interpersonal relationshps, sociometrically diagrammed, reveal the patterns of dominance and closeness he has with the principal people in his life. In this individual, domination by women has led to psychic tension.
He doesn't understand the source of his psychic tension. But you do. He relates well to women with domineering traits. But not to men. Not even his own son.
Whenever psychic tension is a significant component in the clinical profil, consider the use of Valium (diazepam). On proper maintenance dosage, Valium can help reduce the psychoneurotic patient's tension - anxiety, apprehension, agitation, alone or with depressive symptoms - to more comfortable and adaptable levels. The most commonly reported side effects are drowsiness, fatigue and ataxia.
For your passive-dependent, tension-ridden patient dominated by women - and for countless other psychoneurotics - Valium may prove itself a helpful partner to your psychotherapeutic skills.
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