The Psychotic Break

Watching behavior that defies all logic from people in professional positions, requires the ability to look outside the box and investigate the possibilities of addiction issues or a psychotic break… in my humble opinion; and the possibility exists that there is nothing humble about me.

My initial reaction is anger and although understandable, I have now at least begun to try to reframe a situation into:

‘Is this a cry for help?’

My daughters school counselor was removed from counseling my daughter with the agreement that she has been replaced from these duties and will have nothing to do with my daughter going forward…


Yesterday she talked to my daughters teacher who knew nothing about the agreement that the counselor was to have nothing to do with my daughter, and was asking questions and offering her professional advice.

The fact that my daughter reported physical abuse to this counselor and she did not report this abuse and did nothing other than protect the adult parent abuser is at the forefront of her being from having anything to do with my girl.

Why would someone do that when for a year she’s had no contact? Did she forget that she had a meeting with me, her supervisor, and the principal to inform her that she was to cease having anything to do with my child?

Or has she heard from another student that my daughter has said something negative about ‘That B%#ch Counselor’ towards other children she is counseling. My theory is yes!

Dennis Mantin

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