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Do you have trouble verbalizing yourself to your psychologist? Do you find
yourself at a loss for words while lying on that couch when the clock is
ticking? Don't despair! This week's AWAD will help you and your therapist
understand you. These are words to drop into conversation with a
psychoanalyst, psychologist or a psychiatrist.

P.S. If doc is the short form of doctor, could psychoanalyst be shortened
to psycho? Did you notice the word therapist can be hyphened as the-
rapist?

P.P.S. Note to those not living in the Americas: Despite what the citation
for today's word may lead you to think, most Americans don't pull their hair
out.



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So, Anu, is there a link here to the 'bald eagle' that we hear so much about!



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