I've been watching a LOT of The L Word on Netflix's watch it now service (I'm up to the third season now). What can I say? I like the characters and the story lines. Sometimes the sex scenes are too much but I just slide the slider forward through it, lol. I think the same thing of Californication and Sex in the City too before I get accused of being a homophobe. Do we really need five or more sex scenes in a 55-58 minute time span? I don't think so. Maybe that just makes me a prude. Whatever. Anyway, that show really makes you think and not just about the various names you can call your vajayjay. It makes you think about politics, religion, prejudices, stereotypes, relationships, what is art and what is pornography, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. So, therapy.
On tv and in the movies, people who seek therapy are a lot of the times depicted as being resentful at being there and opposed to listening to the advice being given. I've never been to therapy, I know that's hard to believe, and I've always wondered if the same is true in real life for real people. If so, why bother? Therapists charge $100-$200 an hour so why go and pay all that money if you're not open to being there in the first place? I can think of other things that I could waste that kind of money on without having someone sit there and stare at me for an hour. That's also a lot of pages that could be read in an hour that would be wasted in therapy as well. ;)