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By Dana Fitzer3
This is about my fake child.
Short Story | Updated Oct 25, 2014 | Reads: 73 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Jane is in for a twist when she visits a therapist.
Short Story | Updated Aug 1, 2014 | Reads: 186 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 0
This is Chapter One of a new novel that has a psychotherapy relationship at its center. In chapter one, we meet the therapist, Martin Bedlo, and his new patient, Peter Henley. We learn what has brought each man to this meeting.
I cannot forget that voice. I've told so many people, but the thought won't leave me alone. I remember every detail. That voice was so calm and serious. I was so afraid.
Ashton is a twenty-one year old guy living in New York that has to regularly visit a therapist. He went through a lot in his life that messed him up inside. Ashton's about ready to give up on life when he meets the girl of his dreams, but is it true love?
This will be a VERY short novel, it...
Novel | Updated Nov 1, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 6
The following story will feature a specific conversation I had with my therapist, and what became of it.
This is a very recent experience I have had. It still stings.
Drugs. Love. Alcohol. Sex. Pain. Parties. This is the life of eighteen year old Vanessa Rivera. Coming from a very wealthy family with her mother being a fashion designer and a father a lawyer, you would think her life would be perfect. But Vanessa has a secret. One night sheâ€™s the...
Sequel to Please, Ease My Pain. Itâ€™s been three years since Kimberleyâ€™s ex abusive boyfriend, Joey, passed away. Her life has changed drastically since, but she canâ€™t help but to think about Joey especially with the anniversary of his death coming right around the corner....
By Claire Pabst
A teenager gives a letter to a therapist explaining what it is like to live with a depressed/bipolar mother.
My journal response to a therapy session that hit too close to home...
By Megan B
Bipolar Ophelia must embark on the struggle of survival in a psychiatric rehabilatation center full of people--proving her dislike for them stronger than she knew.
Will she be pushed over the edge when surrounded by other patients, or will she be cured of her fear of reality by reality itself?
Inspired by my experiences through therapy and the inner-child within :). This story is about a young girl, Alex, who loses her mother and father in the terrible 9/11 attacks. The story, although not apparent in the first chapter, is about the relationship between therapist and patient and how...
I've always wanted to help people, ever since I was a little girl. And now that I'm studying in to be a therapist, I am eager to help people as to help them to change their lives for the better, and to help them with their problems.
So Please! Tell me your problems, so I can help you.
About paranoid people I know
my thoughts and response to wasted therapy sessions which just made me worse