seeing the movie did however, make me want to read the book again to see if i got anything new out of it now. or it if would quell any sense of loneliness and hopelessness that had seemingly begun to creep back into my mind as of late. unfortunately, due to my completely hectic schedule brought on by my usual academically over-achieving self, i ran out of free time during which i could re-read it. so now im taking a class, which will earn me credit for my psych minor, that involves therapeutic relationships and how to interact with patients on that level. granted, i wont be seeing any patients in a psychology practice b/c that is not my major, i will be dealing with people and working one-on-one with people frequently when i finally get my B.S. and certification in speech-language pathology. anyways, i should reall just make a long story short and explain why i am posting here.
dont take this as me being a bad student or lazy or anything b/c hey, i can i did read the book, it was just a number of years ago. this thursday (2/23/06) i am suposed to hand in a paper for that class and im using Prozac Nation as my book. its supposed to talk about the client-therapist relationship and how it was presented in the book. i have some ideas on it, and am re-reading some passages, but if anyone has any insight into that relationship or remembers anything that may be helpful while i am writing this paper, then i encourage you to let me know! im sorry if this comes off as a plea for someone to 'write my paper for me',i assure you, that is not my intentionl. i have nothing but respect for academic excellence and those who do work hard to keep up their GPA's and such. i do that too (and have managed to make the dean's list for the past 3 semesters!). but if anyone has recently read or re-read and is willing to help a girl out, then thats awesome. just putting it out there. thanks for reading my long rambling. i better stop now or ill just keep on typing.