What the hell am I doing? I can't do this. This is crazy...View Full Monologue Text
What the hell am I doing? I can't do this. This is crazy. No. I have to call Scott back. Tell him that I've made a horrible mistake. This is wrong on so many levels and yet...God, I feel good. I feel strong. But I shouldn't, you know. It's wrong. WRONG! These are people's feelings. People's minds. Their lives. I can't do this. On the other hand... here are two people. Both desperately lonely. Both in need of comfort. In need of love. Companionship. Why can't I help them out a little bit? I mean...that's why I'm here isn't it. I sit in this chair everyday and what am I really doing? Most of these people don't actually do anything but talk. I have a chance here to make real change. To affect their lives. They want love. They both have love to give. I can help facilitate that. If I could make that happen. Wouldn't that be wonderful?
PlayName: Painful Death of Sue Ellen Fitch, The
Rating: Contains adult content
Copyright Status: Copyrighted
Age Range: 40s - Early, 40s - Late
Dialects: Standard American
AuthorName: Thorin Alexander
After his breach of patient-doctor confidentiality, Jonathan (a psychiatrist) works out why his actions are justifiable.