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Friday, January 7, 2011

Psychiatric Hotline?

I know that this isn't "politically correct." Sorry, if I offend anyone. I had read this and have heard this since my first job in the mental health field and found it funny. Yes, it is okay to laugh at yourself or your career.


3 comments:

RainbowTears said...

I've seen them around before and I thought they were funny too :)

Wanda's Wings said...

Some times it almost seems that bad to get a message to you psychiatrist. It is too funny any way.

NOS said...

Haha! Yes, politically incorrect, but very funny!

Wishing you well,
NOS

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