Today was my first ever visit with a "therapist". Wasn't she supposed to give me some advice or coping skills or something? She told me that Abe Lincoln almost committed suicide after his wife died. (I'm so glad I know that.) She told me the symptoms of bp in young children so I can watch out for it in my son. She told me that I'm on exactly the right meds and that everything I described to her fit bp to a "t". That's about it. Didn't my pdoc do that 3 weeks ago?! What exactly is a therapist supposed to do? What does your therapist do? Do you find them helpful at all?
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