For years, the woman went to a Boston hospital to talk to a therapist about being depressed and overweight. The therapist, listening closely, asked questions and jotted down notes on a memo pad.
Until recently, the 54-year-old woman didn’t know what her therapist was writing. Then, last month, her therapist offered to share his notes with her regularly.
Lori, who for privacy reasons did not want her last name used, initially was reluctant. She didn’t want to know what her shrink was thinking. What if he wrote, “She’s really going crazy”?
Read Lena Sun’s full article on the Washington Post website.