Transcript of 28th Session between Charles Balis, M.D. and Ms. Anna Green, Thursday, January 16, 1997 at 4:00 pm.

Dr. Balis: Hello Anna. How are you?
Ms. Green: Hello Doctor. I'm just fine. Thank you very much.
Dr. Balis: How was your weekend with Martin? Was he able to stay the extra days?
Ms. Green: We worked it out. He went home Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Balis: Was it a good visit?
Ms. Green: Doctor, you don't have to beat around the bush. Just get down to it: "Did we do it?" "Was it good?" "Are you going to see each other again?" Things like that. Isn't that what you're asking?
Dr. Balis: So, did you do it?
Ms. Green: No we didn't. And no, it wasn't my choice. I gave him plenty of opportunities but he chose to ignore them.
Dr. Balis: I see.
Ms. Green: And I do like him. I like him a lot. He is really different.
Dr. Balis: In what way?
Ms. Green: He seems gentler and more attentive than any other man I've been with.
Dr. Balis: Oh?
Ms. Green: We would spend all day walking around MacWorld and then we would walk to some nice restaurant in Downtown. By the time we got home...
Dr. Balis: To your place?
Ms. Green: That made the most sense. Martin was only going to be here for a few days. But in any case, we would walk and walk all day--I guess I'm getting to be out of shape sitting in my office all day--but by the time we got home, the only thing I wanted to do was take a long hot bath. And Martin was just such a dear. He really took care of me. He made me tea and brought it to me while I was taking a bath. He entertained me by telling me stories and jokes. He even tried to sing once but I discouraged him after the first bar. He would just jump at an opportunity to fulfill my every wish and command. It was touching.
Dr. Balis: And the entire time Martin never made a pass at you?
Ms. Green: No. I was parading around naked--going to the bath and then walking around nude getting ready for bed. I usually wear pajamas but I made an exception for these few days.
Dr. Balis: I see.
Ms. Green: Martin never once tried to grab me or even made a move that made me feel uncomfortable. Well, maybe a little of that. But for the most part he wouldn't even look directly at me. And believe me Doctor, I tried to get into the most compromising positions in front of him. But he never looked! I mean I know that he looked but I never caught him staring at me directly.
Dr. Balis: How did he make you feel uncomfortable?
Ms. Green: It wasn't exactly like he made me feel uncomfortable. It was more that he was sort of going overboard with his attentions and helpfulness.
Dr. Balis: What do you mean?
Ms. Green: Sometimes he just got to be too much. For example, he has this foot thing.
Dr. Balis: Foot thing?
Ms. Green: Martin is really into feet. We would get home and he would go and start the bath for me. And then he would insist on helping me take off my shoes and socks. It's not a big deal really, but no one has ever done this to me before. My parents did of course, but that doesn't count.
Dr. Balis: What else did he do?
Ms. Green: Then he would massage my feet. He's really good at it. But I felt sort of uncomfortable by the whole thing--I walked all day and...I just wanted to be all clean first, you know?
Dr. Balis: I understand.
Ms. Green: So I would get into the bath, and Martin would get a wash cloth and start to wash my feet and legs. And I knew he was really tired too. He even had the time difference working against him. But he never seemed to get tired of it. He would just talk to me and rub my feet the whole time. He would really pay attention to my feet. I tried to do all sort of things to get his attentions elsewhere but he was very persistent in this foot obsession.
Dr. Balis: What did you do?
Ms. Green: Oh, I would arch back and get my head and hair completely in the water. This makes my breasts and stomach extend above the water and bubbles. I thought it was very sexy--I saw myself in the mirror doing that and I think it looks pretty good.
Dr. Balis: I'm sure.
Ms. Green: But Martin was pretty adamant about my feet. At one point he even started to kiss them.
Dr. Balis: You look like you didn't like that very much.
Ms. Green: It's not really my thing. I mean I sort of liked it. It was unusual at least to me. But I would much rather he made his way up my body instead of hanging around down there all the time. I was practically throwing myself at him. Why wouldn't he take a hint?
Dr. Balis: Did he do anything else that bothered you?
Ms. Green: Well, it was like he was two different people. On one hand he is this really smart super-educated guy, but when we are alone he turns into this submissive serf or something. I just don't get it. I really wanted him to make love to me. I even told him that on our last day--I figured that it was my last chance for quite awhile and he wasn't getting my hints. But Martin told me that he just didn't feel worthy of me somehow. Worthy!? I told him to get over his shyness and that I'm a very normal and very sexually aroused woman and I wanted him right now.
Dr. Balis: And how did he respond?
Ms. Green: He didn't get a chance--the phone rang just killed the moment.
Dr. Balis: I see. Do you plan on seeing him again?
Ms. Green: Well, he left.
Dr. Balis: Is he coming back?
Ms. Green: Not for a couple of weeks.
Dr. Balis: That's sooner than I expected.
Ms. Green: It's a whole two and a half weeks. You might not think so Doctor, but it's a long time in a budding relationship.
Dr. Balis: But you knew that he lived far away. Doesn't he have classes or something? How can he get out of school? And didn't you mention that he has no money? What about the plane ticket?
Ms. Green: Martin said that he has some frequent miles saved up and he cannot think of a better way of spending them than on a weekend with me.
Dr. Balis: I see. So you are hoping this will turn into a...
Ms. Green: Of course Doctor! I'm not into one night stands.
Dr. Balis: Hmm.
Ms. Green: I think Martin is a nice, caring, sensitive guy, and he is very smart too. Why wouldn't I want him? He makes me feel good and I like spending time with him. I just have to explain to him that women have needs too and that he has to do something about that--I'm not letting him leave next time without making love to me. As it is I...oh, this is very embarrassing!
Dr. Balis: What did you do?
Ms. Green: I...I just felt know? I find myself wanting to...I just wanted to touch myself all the time. Martin has left me in this daze and I've been unable to satisfy myself since he left. Today I had to go into the women's room and make myself have an orgasm. I just had to!
Dr. Balis: I see.
Ms. Green: And I feel myself getting wet again just thinking about him. It's just crazy! I wish he'd made love to me. I hope he is suffering too now.
Dr. Balis: Two and a half week is not such a long time.
Ms. Green: If I continue to feel this way, I would have to go out and get some heavy appliances to take care of my problem!
Dr. Balis: I'm sure you'll find a way to satisfy yourself.
Ms. Green: You know you could help.
Dr. Balis: Anna!
Ms. Green: I just said it for shock value. I wouldn't want you to do anything--it wouldn't be right now.
Dr. Balis: So is anything else going on in your life right now?
Ms. Green: No. Basically that's it. Don't you think it's exciting enough for one week?
Dr. Balis: Did you introduce Martin to any of your friends while he was here?
Ms. Green: No. I wanted to keep him to myself for awhile. Maybe when he moves out here in May, I'll start showing him around.
Dr. Balis: He is planning to move out here? Doesn't he have a job waiting for him somewhere in Canada or something?
Ms. Green: The Bay Area has lots of interesting technology happening. Martin would have no problem getting a job out here. I'm even looking at some opportunities for him at SII. Wouldn't that be great? We could sneak out for lunch and...well, you know.
Dr. Balis: You have a one track mind, Anna.
Ms. Green: I can't help it. It's Martin's fault. If only he'd made love to me, I wouldn't be so keyed-up all the time.
Dr. Balis: Okay. Our time is up this week. I'll see you next week at the same time. Does that work for you?
Ms. Green: Sure. Goodbye Doctor.
Dr. Balis: Goodbye Anna.
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