May 9, 2008
I have the unfortunate pleaseure of sharing an office with a psychopath. She has recently taken a disliking to me. I've noticed on occasion, things missing/moved around from my desk. Then I realized, that I leave my water pitcher and snacks on my desk. The other night I had a weird dream that she somehow put HIV in my water pitcher (I know this sounds stupid). This dream was frightengly real. I have since stopeed leaving my water pitcher out and locked up my snacks. But, theoretically, what are the chances of her devious plan being successful? As a precaution, I will be tested at the three month mark.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You think your coworker is a psychopath because you had a frighteningly real dream that she put HIV in your water pitcher???? So you are wondering what the chances are of "her devious plan being successful"!?!?!? You plan to get HIV tested in three months as a precaution. Hmm . . . well, I must agree there is indeed at least one certifiable whack-job in your office cubicle. However, I'm not at all certain it's your coworker.
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