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one day in group therapy

My beloved WP community and friends (within and outside WP),

This is the best compliment I have ever gotten and it means a hell of a lot to me because Theresa is one awesome writer whom I admire her tremendously and look up to.

Theresa inspires, encourages, supports and helps me not only with my writing but as a friend (although we have never met personally). I am blessed to have Theresa in my life. Thank you my dear friend.

This is Part 2
Part 1 of "one day in group therapy" is here

Theresa Barker is not only a Science Fiction writer. Here’s a little about my fellow writer and blogger. And I can say with conviction that she is actually more than that. Do check out her blog and her works.

Theresa Barker - Lab Notes

Previously (in Part 1)

Six participants in a therapy weekend decided to end the group therapy session early after the therapist seems clueless.  Together they go across the street to a bar to have a few drinks.

One Day in Group Therapy, part 2

Morning Calmness - San Francisco bay bridge by David Yu is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.Creative Commons License
Morning Calmness – San Francisco bay bridge by David Yu is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

In the TGI Fridays restaurant across the street, four of them sat around a bar table on high stools:  Yuri the former Soviet dissident, Louis the compulsive gambler, Clio the woman who thinks she is a cat, and Paul, who has a phobia but who has not yet revealed what he is afraid of.  Miriam had taken off after one drink, even though it was her idea to come to the bar – “family time,” she’d said – and Richard the silkworm cultivator had never…

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