Hi. So, I've been seeing this psychiatrist who's also a psychoanalyst. Last week was my second ever time seeing him. I'm very, very shy and have a very hard time opening up and talking about myself and my problems and getting to trust people. So, last week I walk in to his office and tells me: "What are you going to talk about today? Talk." And he just remained quiet and stared at me. Me being me, I just froze and didn't know what to say. So he said: "Stop wasting my fucking time!" So I told him about my anxiety attacks, which have been terrible lately and he said that they're my fault, that everything's my fault. And sure enough, that made me have an anxiety attack right there. Every time I think about this I get really anxious. So, I have my third appointment tomorrow first thing in the morning, and I'm really dreading it. I guess my question is: Do any of you know if this is normal behavior for a psychiatrist or a psychoanalyst? Thanks in advance.