It’s that time again for So You Know (SYK) over on Revenge of Eve.
This week’s questions are:
- Do you see a therapist? If so, how does doing so influence your life?
- What is your favorite part of adulthood? Your least favorite (besides bills)?
- Are the government officials of your country trustworthy?
- How important, scale of 1-10, are leprechauns in the evolution of humans? 1-of least importance 10-required
1. Do you see a therapist? If so, how does doing so influence your life? – No, I don’t. I haven’t had much luck in the past finding a therapist that was a good fit, so I’ve chosen to do my own work drawing on concepts from a mix of different therapy models I’m familiar with.
2. What is your favorite part of adulthood? Your least favorite (besides bills)? – I think I’m sufficiently old and crotchety that adulting is really the only thing within my frame of reference. Even when I’ve been in relationships previously, I was the most responsible adult. I suppose what I like best about being an adult is the independence. I’m not sure I have a least favourite, because I doubt there’s anything that I’d be willing to sacrifice my independence for,
3. Are the government officials of your country trustworthy? – I’m not sure that government officials anywhere are entirely trustworthy. Humans are fallible, and if we get lulled into complacency expecting people to always do the right thing, that’s probably not going to serve us very well. That being said, compared to all the lying going on down south with the Great Pumpkin and his White House, Canada is pretty tame.
4. How important, scale of 1-10, are leprechauns in the evolution of humans? 1-of least importance 10-required – Well, if we consider a leprechaun to be the founder of Froot Loops cereal, said leprechaun would be contributing to diabetes and therefore would not be helpful to the evolution of humans.
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