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Love.Sex.Dreams

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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #15 on: 01 July 2020, 01:23:54 am »
Wow... Very scary. To be completely honest, I'm not sure why you'd need to ask others wether or not you should see him. I don't think this needs much thought at all really... Block all methods of contact - for your own safety. He's openly admitted to having psychosis. [removed]

Yeah, I kinda feel stupid for asking on here. When I read my post back I'm like, duhh  :o .... Thank you all

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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #16 on: 01 July 2020, 01:33:02 am »

BTW, how did it all end up with your landlady?

Hey, thanks for asking. I didn't get kicked out. I bet her rents have dried up like you said in the other thread. She just ignores me so the lease is automatically going to become a periodic agreement after 6 July, which gives me more power in the sense that she would need to give me a 90 day notice to vacate. I will leave soon though, too stressed. Been getting weird clients lately, I need to work on myself for a while, seems I am attracting mentally ill/rude people and it's really stressing me. Haven't been taking care of myself. Gym was closed and I ate a lot of junk food during lockdown. Kinda dealing with anxiety around clients. It suddenly hit me that I don't know these men or what they are capable of  :o

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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #17 on: 01 July 2020, 01:11:53 pm »
Hey, thanks for asking. I didn't get kicked out. I bet her rents have dried up like you said in the other thread. She just ignores me so the lease is automatically going to become a periodic agreement after 6 July, which gives me more power in the sense that she would need to give me a 90 day notice to vacate. I will leave soon though, too stressed. Been getting weird clients lately, I need to work on myself for a while, seems I am attracting mentally ill/rude people and it's really stressing me. Haven't been taking care of myself. Gym was closed and I ate a lot of junk food during lockdown. Kinda dealing with anxiety around clients. It suddenly hit me that I don't know these men or what they are capable of  :o

Yes I recognise the build up, which is so draining and energy sapping. As soon as I realise I am in one of these holes, I have a good 'sort out' not always easy but makes everything a lot easier. So easy to let guard down then suddenly it's almost every booking.

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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #18 on: 01 July 2020, 03:58:34 pm »
Yes I recognise the build up, which is so draining and energy sapping. As soon as I realise I am in one of these holes, I have a good 'sort out' not always easy but makes everything a lot easier. So easy to let guard down then suddenly it's almost every booking.

Thanks Mirror, what does your "sort out" involve? I know I definitely have to stop having wine with every booking and hit the gym for a start
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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #19 on: 02 July 2020, 11:39:03 am »
As much as I want to say psychotic individuals are not the axe murdering maniacs films and media portray, if he isn’t on his meds that’s not good at all. Hopefully if he’s sending this stuff to other people who know him personally they can get him some help. You are well shot of him

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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #20 on: 04 July 2020, 12:55:26 pm »
Thanks Mirror, what does your "sort out" involve? I know I definitely have to stop having wine with every booking and hit the gym for a start

More or less instilling boundaries, confronting the issues - which might be a build up of overruns, a lot of contact between bookings, what I call 'faffing' around (myself or individual clients), just get everything back on a straight footing.

Stopping answering any SMS text enquiries as I have posted previously had an effect, doesn't mean I don't answer now. Just had an astounding effect at the time, also changing to outcall only for while for other life reasons rather than to have a clear out. Ok some perfectly nice clients could no longer book, and business was quiet for a while but because it was an unrelated decision that was absolutely fine and expected.

Definitely step back look at whatever is draining, sort it out and have good work/life boundaries = have your own time off. No need to even say it's a day off, only that you are 'busy'. Completely and utterly true.

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Re: Client's behaviour worrying/erratic, would you see
« Reply #21 on: 04 July 2020, 01:22:19 pm »
As much as I want to say psychotic individuals are not the axe murdering maniacs films and media portray, if he isn’t on his meds that’s not good at all. Hopefully if he’s sending this stuff to other people who know him personally they can get him some help. You are well shot of him

I studied Psychology for a bit and I agree with what you say here Funky. Not all of them are capable of being murderers/serial killers but it's unpredictable and not worth the risk....... Yes, I hope his friends/family intervene. He was a really good client before. Almost too good to be true.