@aetataureate I'm afraid so. I also love Logan sosososo much <3
@Shan Palus@facebook This is so important!! I am a student therapist (psychologist-to-be), so I have a bias. That said, I think that students, along with being affordable, are often actually good therapists because their newness to the field means they're so invested in each client. I have people I see for $5 or $10 an hour, we don't ask that anyone prove need, and we work hard. I personally live in a city you've probably heard of but never visited... but for anyone looking for a therapist, check your local universities.
"whose dad / who's dad" is hilarious
Very much with you. I am also still dealing with and/or avoiding stuff from 2011, and I don't know if I'll ever resolve it. There's also one odd aspect of my situation that makes me feel like I can't talk to friends about taxes - nothing big, don't worry - and so I can't really commiserate with people about the whole thing!!
@Mike Dang I think he goes too easy on these young people because he came to like them... this idea that they just don't have time to think about the big picture, their hearts are in the right place. Maybe they bought the sales pitch that they could change the world this way - maybe - but I'm not ready to believe that the character of Wall St is changing, these young idealistic kids are gonna make it all OK this time. I don't dispute that they're working crazy hours and not doing coke, but this for me isn't evidence that we're in good hands - and it just feels like Roose does have that optimism about the new generation
This dude sounds like a Wall St apologist and I'm not psyched about the heavy promotion he's getting on this site and the Awl Yes - this was the article that finally caused me to create an account, <3 U Logan and Mike