A Single Meme in Reconstruction

  • Oct. 15, 2020, 2:34 p.m.
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I have finally discovered the Meme for when my Therapist and Parents say “Stop worrying or caring if you’ll ever achieve your dream of being a husband/father and having a stable loving family. You don’t need to worry about it because God has a plan for you.”

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girl in recession 5 days ago

LOL

Amaryllis 4 days ago (edited 4 days ago)

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Don't love that your therapist uses unhelpful cliches like that, to be honest. You shouldn't worry as much, but it should be because of increased contentment in the present, not hope that certain conditions out of your control will surely be met in the future. My two cents.

sarafina 4 days ago

Yeahhhh, is there a new therapist you might be able to start seeing? Lol

Sup3rjaw 4 days ago

Brings new meaning to the term 'God's plan'. Personal view: therapists should not be talking about God AT ALL.

Park Row Fallout Sup3rjaw ⋅ 4 days ago

I'd rather prefer it that way myself. But at least this one is... better??
When I was in High School my father demanded that he take me to the therapist that "Sees Angels" so... someone that wants to incorporate my faith background into the therapy is a step forward... at least it isn't actively supporting delusions.

Catleesi 4 days ago

I'm agnostic but if there is a God I would think how he has given us all free will. You have to put yourself in situations where you can find other friends and relationships not just rely soley on him but that's how I think.

DE_KentuckyGirl 4 days ago

Ugh. One of the things I hate so much about the church "help" are their sanctimonious clichés that do not offer any kind of help or comfort whatsoever. Dismissive platitudes, that's why they are.

Park Row Fallout DE_KentuckyGirl ⋅ 4 days ago

Agreed. And I'm guilty of it myself. Once, when Victoria was feeling particularly depressed, she specifically told me to STOP giving platitudes. It was... an important moment of recognition for me!

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