My therapist wasn't there today, I guess she had something come up. So, in an attempt to not completely have wasted my time, I saw another one. She ended up saying I was a "challenge", which is basically just a nice way of saying "Yeah, I highly doubt anyone will be able to fix what you are". And I knew that already...but didn't really need it thrown in my face. I don't really understand why anyone would say that to a patient in the first place. And the other thing that got me was that I mentioned I often project my thoughts, feelings, and behaviors onto other people and she said that I seem know a lot of "terminology" as though I had just explained something extremely intelligent and complex. On what planet is that, in any way, unusual for someone to know? Especially since I had previously explained that I was a psychology major. Am I supposed to be a total idiot just because I'm mentally ill or what?