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So.. he’s not my friend: but he’s my ACT

Discussion in 'Friends, Family & Social Skills' started by KOZMOZIS @realchrisharold, Oct 17, 2021.

  1. KOZMOZIS @realchrisharold

    KOZMOZIS @realchrisharold Wall Street Apprentice

    Oct 1, 2021
    Assertive Community Treatment Worker.

    Nice guy; just like a cold, unfriendly calculating surgeon.

    except: he has a humbleness about him.

    told me: we want to help you. Do I believe him? Sort of, actually. As much as I disagree with their diagnoses of schizophrenia and the fact that I require an injection for an over active dopamine system - I actually believe this person, as washed as he might be, might actually want to help me.

    he’s told me: “you have a very fascinating world view. I’m being honest when I say this, but none of my other clients are like you, Chris.”
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  2. unperson

    unperson Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

    Apr 14, 2010
    Nothing wrong with a bit of professional distance, people can't get too involved.

    Humble is easy to be around, not many humble types in the world these days.
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2021
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