Good therapists don’t use magic or mind control when we talk to teenagers about difficult subjects. Most of us have given up on tracking trends in slang and pop culture. And unlike our on-screen counterparts, we rarely bestow profound insights to achieve dramatic breakthroughs. Remember Robin Williams repeating the cryptic phrase “it’s not your fault” until Matt Damon dissolves in a puddle of tears in Good Will Hunting?
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