In the style of Woody Allen… Wednesday -- Analyst

January 2005
Challenge Newsline;Jan2005, Issue 45, p4
Presents a first-person narrative of a person who feels depressed and decides to go to the psychoanalyst for help. Emergency appointment which costs $200 an hour; Diagnosis of stunted emotional growth due to emotionally distant parents; Advice to talk with his father which is impossible because he is already dead; Decision to see a dietitian because the depression might be caused by diet.


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