HAVING TROUBLE FOCUSING

Maybe it’s because we’re watching an actually engaging movie while I’m trying to write a Risk Assessment? Good Will Hunting makes me actually want to pay attention, unlike The Lake House.

It’s almost unreal how much I don’t want to summarize any more reports and interviews and file reviews. And there’s just so much good information that I’m afraid to leave anything out! And how to be sufficiently succinct, yet still completely informative? What if I come to a conclusion that I haven’t supported, just because I was trying to produce a shorter report? What if I ruin everything and am the worst school psychologist of all time ever ever ever?

Ok, I doubt that’s ever going to happen; I’m self-aware enough to know that I’m not totally hopeless. Welp.

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Once upon a time, I was born, grew up a little bit, did some stuff, and now I have a blog. I deeply respect the Oxford comma.
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One Response to HAVING TROUBLE FOCUSING

  1. Chris says:

    “Good Will Hunting makes me actually want to pay attention, unlike The Lake House.”

    Oh my [something profane or whatever]!! That is awesome.

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