|Just because I need to share the pain.
||[Feb. 7th, 2010|08:35 pm]
A man from a rural region decides that he's going a bit mad and decides to see a shrink in the city. First of all he, does a bit of research to see what sort of therapist he wants. He sees that there are two main schools of thought, Jungian and Freudian. After a bit more research he finds that the Freudian style is a bit weird, with all the oedipal stuff.|
So he rings up all the other therapists in the city to try and get an appointment. They all are fine until they find out that he's not from the city, telling him they can't help.
When he talks to his friends in the bar, one of them shrugs and says that it was against The Rule. Confused, he asks, "What's the rule?"
"Ah", says the friend, "it's no Jung for country men."