Oh G-d, A Borderline: Clinical Diagnostics As Fundamental Attribution Error Page: 50
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work and your boss, and that the world feels really hopeless
right now; and I can see that you feel like none of them care
about you. And you're right, when I go home today I will go
home to a house and to my wife, but that doesn't mean that you
- and the work that we do - don't matter to me.
Would you really put a gun to your co-worker's head?
Probably, I mean I don't have a gun... yet.
Again, I get how hard it is right now, and I've seen
you make progress in here. I need to know that you're
going to be able to come in here next week, without
having hurt anyone. (PAUSE) Can you go at least this
one week until I see you again without hurting anyone?
Sure, I mean that's what you want to hear right? That way you
can tell your supervisor that I said I wouldn't hurt anybody.
I mean it's about you right? This whole place is about you. I
just... you don't care, like, you don't give a damn about me.
So, yeah, there you go, you got your promise. Can I go now?
(CLIENT LEAVES ROOM)
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Schmalz, Jonathan. Oh G-d, A Borderline: Clinical Diagnostics As Fundamental Attribution Error, thesis, December 2011; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc103389/m1/56/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .