Alice, I Think - Chapter 2 summary Educating Death Lord Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 summary Educating Death Lord Summary

Alice has been going to therapy in a center called the Teens in Transition Club. Alice describes her first counselor at the TNTC. Her name was Mrs. Freison and she was unstable and had told her that she was immature, hid from her life in books, and had strange obsessions. Mrs. Freison told her all of this right before she left the center; she was actually taken away from the center by paramedics.

Alice is in the waiting room waiting to speak with the new therapist Robert, or Bob as she calls him. He is a plain looking man with an incredibly deep whisper. He seems to think that by letting her know about his problems that Alice will trust him more. Bob is results driven and wants Alice to set some "therapeutic goals" to...

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