I know it's not right. I mean, it feels right. Don't get me...View Full Monologue Text
I know it's not right. I mean, it feels right. Don't get me wrong. I know that when I think about him, the feelings I have, there's nothing wrong with those feelings, but the situation... The situation is wrong. I've been coming to see him for almost a year now. When I first started coming, boy, I was a mess. I was crying all the time. I hated myself. I thought about suicide. But now...Now I feel like life is worth living. I come in here once a week and have someone tell me that I'm great. That's I'm smart. That I'm beautiful. It's like some otherworldly event walking through these doors. In my life I'm not smart. In my life I can barely get dinner on table on time. I can barely remember to pick up Renee's dry cleaning or keep the TV Guide current. But in here...In here I'm somebody. I'm strong. He makes me feel that way. He makes me believe that I can do anything. He is just a beautiful, beautiful person. I don't know what I would do without him.
Susan explains why she has feelings for her psychiatrist.
AuthorName: Thorin Alexander
PlayName: Painful Death of Sue Ellen Fitch, The
Rating: Contains adult content
Copyright Status: Copyrighted
Age Range: 20s - Late, 30s - Early, 30s - Late
Dialects: Standard American