These guys are at it again. This is unbelievably hot and horny.
NEED 2 find me a SMART, GIFTED, HOT Top-stud that KNOWS how to do THIS like THIS & literally FORCE ME 2 UNLEASH like an XXXplosive CUM-fountain just from his inserted, prostate-massaging fingers & that seemingly ‘ASSisting’ thumb, applying further arousing, stimulating pressure to the impending climaXXX(???)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
T for Tennessee
Almost good enough for an ad :-P
I would say first of all check your motives. Are you trying to ‘fix’ a family member or friend? Keep in mind counseling addictions is different from other mental-health counseling—a LOT more confrontation and less coddling. Also, park your hero complex if you’ve got one. Be prepared for your clients to not “succeed”, relapse, and sometimes die. It’s a terrible struggle, but also the most human of struggles—man vs. Himself. You need excellent self-care and a support network—if you spend too long in it, your clients might rub off on you and you may find new temptations.
If you become a counselor, realize that whether you want it or not, you’re now part of the recovery community, even if you’re not I recovery yourself. So if you decide to go out and get smashed at the bar and a client sees you or if you come in hung-over the next day? Yeah, you’ve just ruined your relationship with them, as well as possibly damaged any future relationship they’ll have with addiction professionals.
You will not make money in this job. Well, not lots. Also? You get kinda of shit on by the rest of the psychology community for “slumming it”—it’s seen as a noble effort by the general public but like running a methadone clinic to professionals.
Also, even addiction professionals might shit on you if you run a needle-exchange or methadone clinic. Ignore them, they have no idea of addiction.
True! Oh and love the septum and that you (tuck) respect it In BTW. Peace forever! -Matt
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