Our expert says:
Are you still seeing her for physiotherapy ? Where gay or straight, under various circumstances a patient can develop strong feelings for a therapist, and it is NEVER a good idea to act on them. YOu should see a therapist / counsellor ( maybe preferably, at this stage, a male one, to reduce the risk of further complications of this sort ) to deal with your feelings, the impact on your currrent relationship, etc.
If you are still needing physiotherapy, changing to a different physio ( and one not readily attractive to you ) would be wise. It would be highly unprofessional for the physio to respond to your feelings for her. When this occurs with a shrink, it can be worth discussing these concerns with the therapist, as they should have been trained to understand and deal with this situation. I doubt whether physio's training gives them the abilityto cope well with it
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