Constantly therapizing myself.

I’m just like:
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When parents constantly look to me for answers.

I’m just like:

During my grad program interview.

I was like:

When my boyfriend asks why I’m nervous to meet his family.

When my supervisor is about to go on vacation.

I’m just like:

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When a client asks me how to handle a fight with their significant other.

I’m just like:

When my supervisor assigns me clients that I don’t have room for on my caseload.

They walk away and I’m like:

And when they’re gone, I’m like:

When I tell a client my clinical background.

I’m just like:

When a client is unsure about their relationship.

I’m just like:
They’re just like:
And I’m just like:
And they’re just like:

When an intern wants to use my office.

They’re like:

And I’m just like:

When clients ask me to define love.

I’m just like:

After I challenge a client.

I’m just like:

When a child tries to pick a game to play in session.

They’re just like:

Teaching a mother to create boundaries with her children.

When I go to staff meetings.

I’m just like: