Therapy Counseling for Frankenstein

Psychologist Richard Timball is sitting down with Mr. Frankenstein counseling with him about his mood problems, and him scaring people.

Dr. Timball: What is your problem?

Frankenstein: I can’t get myself happy because I scare people easily.

Dr. Timball: Have you tried not to scare people off?

Frankenstein: Yes, I did, but it didn’t work. I want to be happy.

Dr. Timball: Maybe, you’re not trying hard enough. You need to be friendly with them. Don’t be so frightened of them seeing you differently.

Frankenstein: I will try to do that. You don’t understand. I am made up by a crazy mad scientist. Electricity has passed through my body, and this is why I am still alive. Without it I no longer exist.

Dr. Timball: What about your mood problems?

Frankenstein: Oh, yes! Those! I think of those giving me a hard time I break something in the house out of being angry.

Dr. Timball; Have you tried being happy?

Frankenstein: I’ve always tried, but it never works. Everyone wants me gone. Why is that?

Dr. Timball: Actually, nobody wants you gone. They just don’t understand you. Try giving those people a second chance to get to know you better. Be kind with them, then they won’t think of you as a monster, and they’ll think of your more as a person.

Frankenstein: Thank you, Dr. Timball. You have solved my problems.

Dr. Timball: It’s my pleasure. My I offer you some prescription drugs?

Frankenstein: Yes.

Dr. Timball prescribed him some prescription drugs and gave him some prescriptions to pick up at the pharmacy drug store. Frankenstein drove back home an hour later.

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