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Default Re: Do you know why your therapist became a therapist?

My guess is the first woman because it was indoors, required no lifting, and very little math or reading. She also wanted very badly to be loved and thought her other clients but me at least liked her.

The second woman was an artist so I believe it was to have a way to make money and have a flexible schedule. And of course, indoors with little math.

They both admitted to having endured therapy

For all of them it is a way to have autonomy, make money, and not really have to do anything much but sit there.
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