I'm a Therapist, and My Patient is Going to be the Next School Shooter: 6 Patient Files That Will Keep You Up At Night (Dr. Harper Therapy Book 1)
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I finished the story in hopes of finding a redeeming quality, but I was left with disappointment and irritation.
Rather than just being a good therapist, he tries his hand at detective, policeman, hero and criminal? I gently suggested that he give her some space, and he burst into a grandiose tirade about how all women are sluts. Zach is also able to reunite Elliot and Noah, and Noah is a darling as he wants to continue his budding relationship with Elliot even though he has tested positive for HIV. What you should probably know is that this is a compilation of fake patient files by a therapist that does not exist in the style and format of a creepypasta from /r/nosleep. Every “file” is almost a short story, without the interesting “stuff”, like, you know, a purpose or even a plot.I'm a Therapist, and My Patient is Going to be the Next School Shooter: 6 Patient Files That Will Keep You Up At Night (Dr. When you pair extreme characters with a complex plot and a rushed pace, things don’t always go well.
Right at the end of the book we get a comment on the SlapDot announcement about a massacre that is going to be livestreamed during the retreat and I can’t wait to jump into the final book as soon as I can and I hope that Elliot gets the happy ending he deserves with Noah. The final patient file belongs to James as Elliot is finally able to bring the pieces of the puzzle together and rescue the boy he failed to protect before. I have rated the book with 3 stars because of the fact that I still wanted to know what was happening. This even gets to the point of not questioning himself or his actions before committing some pretty serious crimes. From the three books i feel the hardest one to read was the second because it was impossible that SPOILER ALERT, being in prision he’ll keep being a psychologist, and everything is always against him.Then a couple months ago, I saw a post titled “I’m a therapist, and my patient is going to be the next school shooter. Kinda like, when you’re nauseous and scared, but you’re still trying to enjoy it while wondering if it’s almost over. In every single case he also documents his own behaviors, and they, without exception, prove to be unethical, unprofessional and possible examples of malpractice. It was interesting enough to keep reading, just not interesting enough for me to read the follow-up that is supposed to be out soon. There are a few 1 star books that I gleefully recommend to others, as they are so ridiculous that they are entertaining.
Harper has posted as soon as possible over the last 2 months and I would recommend this series to everyone. I am left shaking my head and hoping those with more insight can share the redeeming qualities I so obviously missed. In fact, it’s usually loosely based on a series of true events that probably had nothing to do with each other. Through a mouthful of cake, Noah handed me a small wrapped gift that he had been hiding under his jacket.Like a compilation of real life situations with extravagant actions to make one big, scary and dramatic effect on the public. So here’s the thing: I am absolutely not at all interested in horror, especially not things like psychological horrors/thrillers. Harper because of the ways he always has the feeling he has to do things, and as i said he gets too involved. As soon as I finished it I bought the two sequels on my Kindle, and I liked the anonymous author’s take on the ‘traumatized doctor who doesn’t play by the rules’ trope.
Gosh, I cautiously perused the reddit site with the published stories thinking that these were legit composite accounts of therapy sessions.I'm unsure if this enhanced the reading experience because I kept wishing that something terrible had happened to the narrator so that my suffering could end. So, if you like a little bit of psychology and you don’t mind minimally disturbing content and 3-star books, then this book is for you. We also get to see Elliot and Noah’s second and third dates, the second is beautiful but the third ends up with Noah getting very drunk and asking questions that Elliot doesn’t really want to answer so he leaves. At first it seems like Kierra might be the woman but when Aurora talks about a mother’s worst nightmare and Kierra turns up fine, Elliot believe it might be his mother.