Therapists of Reddit, what’s a thought that people don’t realize is really common?
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Poisoning loved ones and then suicide.
Social worker (intern) here. Ever had those weird thoughts? Questions like: “what would happen if I just crashed this car?” “What would happen if I pulled that lady’s hair?” “What would happen if I just…” or “I need to move past that tree before the car does.” As long as you don’t really consider doing anything dangerous, or it isn’t obsession, those thoughts seem to be normal.
This makes me think of the “Call of the Void”. I think a lot of people feel this
As their parents age, most people start wishing they would go ahead and pass on.
That when someone accuses us of sex crimes,prosecutors like to call us the rapists.
I was counseling a 13 year old girl for anxiety and she reported sexual abuse from her step dad. I called her mom and told her mother I needed to call child protective services. Turns out that CPS was already aware and the abuse was first report around the patients age 7. Mom was aware of the abuse and stayed with her husband anyway. It was a complicated situation, and it wasn’t. How could she not do more to protect her daughter?!sorry lady… I’m judging.
Struggle in life and the fact that their situation is not unique?
Also, thinking or feeling alone in a situation!
You’re in your 30s and you’re learning something you should have learned much earlier.
In the womb, you absorb your twin. It’s surprisingly widespread.
People with three kidneys are not rare. You won’t know until you get a scan for anything. I was tested for kidney stones, and the doctor casually said that I had three. When I asked him about it, he stated it wasn’t rare, but that most people never find out.
A doctor consults Google to determine what is wrong with a patient.
Furthermore, surgeons using Google or “calling a friend” for assistance during operation.
“Do you dislike the weather in our area? Simply wait a few moments!”
“In [insert hometown here], we have all four seasons in a single day/week.”