After hearing this somber whisper he thinks to himself as the therapist looks upon him with a understanding yet concern look waiting for a reply or a answer to the possible phenomenon that just occurred.
Once answer several questions and talking about a possible treatment plan for the phenomenon, the hour had passed and it was time to part even though they had rescheduled for possible appointments in the future once a week.
Walking out of the door to the Psychiatric Center and heading to the bus stop to wait for the bus, he pulls out his phone to text a few of his good friends and ask them to meet at his place to just talk about some issues and concerns he has been having.
After an 30 minute bus trip and 5 minute walk his friends greet him back to his abode as they waited for his arrival wondering what he had to talk about with them.
With everyone inside, he explained his situation and his condition from when he was talking with the therapist and that his treatment required him to have a supportive group among a number of things that he would have to work on but he figure he ask his friends to see if they are behind him.
Although one person was leaving because she wanted no part of it, he had the support of the others and honestly that was enough because help is a rare find with a mental illness but friends that can help is a luxury that shouldn't be taken lightly.