[By popular demand, will leave it here as well. If this makes you at least a little uncomfortable, that makes me happy. And don’t worry, more bikini photos to come soon.
This is part of the monologue from a play ‘Your money’s worth’ written by Kellie Powell, that exposes the difficulty depressed persons experience when seeking treatment for suicidal thoughts and feelings. Jessie, a young college graduate, attempts suicide one night but is rescued by her roommate. After this ordeal, her mother convinces her to go to see a new therapist: Carla. Carla is almost comically unsympathetic and gives Jessie amazingly specific advice about how to "snap out of it." Motivated by her new therapist's complete lack of sympathy, Jessie finally loses her patience and lashes out at Carla]