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I’ve always loved helping others work through their problems. For years, I wanted to be a therapist or psychologist.
Even when I was in high school, I would play the psychologist role to all my friends (with my 14-year-old life experience). There was something compelling about being present for others and providing them a listening ear in a trusting environment, even if I couldn’t fix all their teenage dilemmas.
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