His sex life flatlined. His therapist was painfully polite.
Oded was a boring man, and something had to give. There was no spark, no excitement, he had no troubles, no trauma, no baggage. He was forgettable.
Then, a stranger whispered in his ear: you’re psycho. That was all the motivation he needed for a change. Inspired by a file on his therapist’s shelf, Oded took on a patient’s persona and regaled stories after stories about how badass he was.
This new Oded was a man of uncontrollable urges and fantasies, a fascinating case study for psychologists. He told riveting tales.
His therapists — all female — gaped.
His life had got so absurd that he finally had a problem.
And his wife was finally satisfied.