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Re: Starting fresh

Posted by Penny on August 18, 2003, at 14:18:22

In reply to Re: Starting fresh, posted by Tabitha on August 18, 2003, at 13:28:23

> Yes, fall does bring back a wistful feeling doesn't it? I don't really get that fall feeling here because it's still soooo hot and muggy.

Yeah, still hot here too (where are you located again?), but there's something about school supplies that just gives me that feeling of fall. All the pencils (even though I didn't even use pencils after my freshman year of college!), notebooks, textbooks, even crayons. Aahhh...a new school year. I can still register for something, and may do that, even if it's for no reason at all. Don't know what I would take, but I guess I could still take SOMETHING. I dunno...

> I'm impressed by how thoroughly you're researching your career options. It sounds like you've got your heart set on being a therapist. I really hope that works out for you. Even if you can't shadow a therapist, you could probably interview some-- if you haven't already done that. One warning-- therapists also do a fair amount of paperwork for people's insurance. I think they have to write periodic case reports for a lot of insurance.

Yes, as usual, paperwork would definitely be a part of it - but my therapist has hired someone to assist with the filing for insurance, which makes things easier for her. So that would also be an option. Dealing with insurance as a patient, though, sucks, so I'm sure that wouldn't change as a practitioner! :-b

> I've been to Charlotte but not Chapel Hill. I hear it's one of the really charming and livable towns in the U.S. My friend lives in Durham and I hope to visit both there and Chapel Hill someday.

Yeah, I enjoy living in Chapel Hill (well, I actually live in Carrboro, but the two are pushed together for the most part). I enjoyed Charlotte too, where I lived for four years. As with anywhere, it depends on the part of town, though *most* of Chapel Hill/Carrboro is pretty nice. Expensive, but nice.





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