Oh, Really? I Hadn't Noticed.

So I used to see a psychologist, great guy, really helped me work through a lot of issues. He always used to ask me questions which were normally based upon me deciding to to change my life. But I hated these questions because I never knew the answer. I'd ask him to make the choices for me or tell me which one to pick. Instead of just letting me take the easy way, he'd assure me that in my heart I knew which one was the right choice and that he had full confidence in me. This never satisfied me and I remained indecisive as ever.

One particularly bad day for me emotionally, I stormed into his office and just started ranting. I ranted about my issues, the choices I could make, the pros and cons of each choice and then finally how I just didn't know how or want to pick.

After months of therapy, I thought he was used to my erratic behavior by now, but he just sorta stayed quiet, watched me, and looked a little surprised. Finally, I was done ranting and raving and he decided to speak.

"You are really indecisive, you know that?" he chuckled.

"Oh, really? I hadn't noticed."
grobiegirl12 grobiegirl12
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Jan 16, 2013