It turns out that in this world full of weird things, the skill of “psychotherapy” is much more hard-core than Duncan imagined – its hard-core level has even exceeded the word “skill” can describe , went straight to the direction of “craft”??
Fortunately, Heidi’s box was not for Nina. The psychiatrist saw the horrified expressions on the faces of the uncle and nephew at the scene. more” smile, and then took out a printed form from the bottom of the box and handed it to Nina: “You can fill it out first.”
Nina breathed a sigh of relief: “I thought these…tools were for me.”
“This is what I use in my work – when I work for the authorities and the church,” Heidi smiled, “I often have to deal with some extremely bigoted and stubborn dangerous people, who can’t be pryed off by ordinary means. A skull fortified by heretical ideas.”
The more Duncan listened, the more he felt that there was something wrong with what he said. Shirley, who was trying to reduce her presence but couldn’t help eavesdropping, shrank her neck subconsciously, and quickly hid in a farther place , while pretending to clean the dust on the shelves, while muttering to the hidden Agou through his spiritual connection: “It’s so scary, so scary… This place is so scary… Mr. Duncan is scary enough, why does he still appear? Here comes an Inquisitor…and that Heidi…”
Agou’s voice sounded in her heart, even more empty than her: “I don’t know why! Who knows why a ghost captain can still be caught by a ghost captain when he is active on land, and he can still stay by the ghost captain’s side. The judge of the church came over to be a guest – is it that we are crazy or the world is crazy! Then he will believe it if you say it?”
While secretly paying attention to the movement next to the counter, Xu Qian muttered in her heart with a frown: “Then who can believe it? He told a fish that it will die in a car accident one day and it will also believe it??”
“…don’t mention ‘fish, you’re afraid…'”
Xu Qian was taken aback for a moment: “When did Agou become afraid of fish by hand?”
“Don’t talk to you, don’t let this judge see anything – although theoretically you are hiding now, but around Mr. Xu Qian, you always feel that you are incapable time is spiritual??”
Xu Qian quickly put her mind away and walked to the other end of the shelf, but the few people at the counter obviously didn’t pay attention to the eye-catching Heidi.
Nina looked at the form behind her eyes and found that the following are some very conventional psychological evaluation items. What is the difference between them and the psychological measurement forms to be filled out after taking occult classes outside school or visiting museums, and they are not items. A little less, and a few less are often asked questions.
While filling in the pen, you said without any curiosity: “You heard that your treatment methods are more professional, do you think you can use the form that special doctors can use??”
“Filling out the form is the basic part of regression psychometrics, and what you have in common with these half buckets of water is that our diagnosis often begins before filling out the form,” Fanna smiled, and you picked it up He picked up the amethyst pendant under his neck and said casually while playing with the pendant, “And your treatment was just manual when he filled out the form.”
Duncan’s eyes consciously fell on Fanna’s crystal pendant, and you were not curious: “I saw you wearing that new pendant for two days…he seems to hate it?”
Xu Qian was stunned for a while, looked up at the pendant in her hand, and seemed to remember something, but then she shook her head: “It’s just too rare that my father can bring you a gift–ah, Duncan, he knows Well, that pendant was bought by your father from outside that store.”
You specifically understated the word “buy”, as if to admit the fact that that thing was just a gift, while Shirley on the side nodded with a smile: “It is indeed our product – I hope that The pendant brought him good luck.”
Duncan restrained himself and didn’t look at the “crystal” pendant, which was obviously not an imitation, and almost said it without saying a word: How could a well-known scholar like Morwais still be fooled? !
It was a while ago that you also took care of Xu Qian, the party involved at the scene. The sentence returned to the lungs before wandering around the bronchus, and at the same time, Nina was also slowly typing under the table. After finishing the check, you pushed the form to Fanna and said, “You’ve filled it out, do you have any problems with it?”
“You read it manually while he was filling it out—including his subtle expressions and big details in his movements,” Fanna put away the piece of paper and said bluntly, “He doesn’t have a hidden teenager. The psychological shadow of his heart? Has there been no pressure in his forehead recently, causing him to think of that shadow from time to time? His strange dream situation has not been resolved in those two days? Is the pressure gone, or has it shifted?”
Nina’s eyes narrowed for a reason, as if she was being told something on her mind, then you glanced in the direction of Shirley subconsciously, the expression on your face was not firm at all.
“You need a quiet and private environment to take a step back and relax and release,” Fanna raised her head and said to Shirley, “Of course, first of all, you need to ask your guardian’s refusal, and Nina Big sister’s own cooperation.”
“Go downstairs” Shirley nodded and looked at Nina, “Do you want to do it manually?”
“Okay.” Nina nodded obediently, with no intention of manual action, but there was still no trace of ease in her eyes, and that trace of ease was hidden from Xu Qian’s eyes.
“Do it, Nina, it’s just a complicated mental relaxation technique – there’s nothing wrong with him, he just doesn’t have any stress and anxiety,” Fanna smiled, a reassuring and reassuring air. The field seems to be released in your smile, and your voice is calm, making Nina’s sense of relief disappear in the form of perception, and at the same time you close your medicine chest and put it aside,” If you think you even need any utensils, incense and medicine, just ask him a few questions.”
Nina was completely relieved. You nodded to Shirley and took Fanna down the stairs leading to the seventh floor.
The sound of two footsteps faded away down the stairs.
Xu Qian is still hiding far away, concentrating on cleaning up the debris in the corner.
Finally, only Shirley was left at the counter, and the Inquisitor eldest sister who was sitting across from me.
Today is the first time Shirley has met face to face with the Inquisitor who, by chance, left a “mark” of spiritual fire on her body. At this moment, I can feel more and more turbidly. I reached the mark left in Duncan’s body, and felt that the originally extremely powerful mark was rapidly decaying and growing due to my approach.
Even with or without physical contact, this Mars is still replenished from Source and manually smoldering in Duncan’s soul.
Before realizing that, Shirley unconsciously controlled the growth of this little mark – I hope that this little mark will be noticed by this mysterious and unpredictable storm god, and it will cost me Duncan’s ordinary the “node”.
I’m curious about Duncan, and I’m very interested in his identity as a priest, as well as the beliefs in front of him.
On the other hand, Xu Qian is actually observing the place and “Mr. Shirley” who is sitting opposite you.
You are indeed here today to accompany Fanna to the house to thank you, but there is no reason other than that, because there are not too many suspicious points in this small fire in the museum.
Theoretically, a small fire that could be extinguished in a short period of time suddenly extinguished itself. Xu Qian saw the projection of a suspected sun fragment in the fire field, and Shirley’s manual man rushed to the fire field to save people, and brought out the victim without any damage. The sleepy – although there is any tangible evidence to regress and connect with each other, you intuitively think that you should visit that antique store.
“Mr. Shirley,” Duncan broke the silence first, and you looked at Shirley calmly, “there’s nothing you want to know about this little fire in the museum, can’t you?”
“Of course,” Shirley nodded calmly. “You were on the scene at the time, so you should be able to provide some information.”
“Thanks for his cooperation,” Duncan nodded heavily. “He rushed back to save people when the fire in the museum was still burning, right?”
“It’s wrong,” Xue Li nodded firmly – because I knew that the judge behind me had a lot of information on the scene, so in some links where it was impossible to leave evidence, I decided to To be honest, “the fire was very small at that time, especially in the direction of the corridor leading to the main exhibition hall, almost all of it was burning.”
“But they came out unscathed,” Xu Qian asked immediately. “Can he tell you what happened before he retreated into the museum?”
Sulli looked like she thought about it~IndoMTL.com~ After pondering for two or eight seconds, she said with certainty: “You also think it’s incredible that you can come out alive?? But then the fire outside the museum suddenly It disappeared, can he imagine it? It was extinguished by the fire water gun inside, and it was extinguished before the combustibles were burned out.
As I recalled, I was amazed and stretched out my hand at the front: “If it is a male god, right?”
As soon as I finished speaking, I heard a clatter from Heidi’s side – you knocked down a wooden sculpture in the corner of the wall.
“Heart!” I immediately turned my head and shouted, like a real store manager reminding his staff, “You haven’t dropped the base of this thing once, it’s glued now, Don’t drop it again!”
“…The male **** protects everyone in the city-state,” Duncan’s expression changed subtly, looking into Shirley’s eyes, “It can be seen that he is really…a liar.”
Xue Li’s expression was serious and calm: “This is, you kind of people who do business at the door, and you pay attention to manual work and can deceive people.”