Ian the Therapist

A Psycopath becomes a Therapist his intentions are pure evil.

1969 , september 1st. 

Ian for the first time in his life acknowledge the world, he can listen, feel, taste and see just as any other kid. Ten fingers and ten toes, claim the mother of Ian, Isabella. Damian, His father couldn't attempt to the born of his first child he was too busy working so Isabella, his wife and his newly born child could eat. Food first, was Damian motivation.

Damian,  he is the second generation of a poor family from england, that decided to move to Buenos Aires looking for a better life. Isabella the young mother of Ian, had him with only 17 years old, he is just like Damian the second generation of emmigrants from Israel, however she is by her side, she scape from her family at the early age of fourteen.

Ian won't stop crying, he is loud, the loudest kid on the hospital. Nurses try to help Isabella to calm him down but nothing calms him down. Ian continues to cry, and cry all night long until he cry himself to sleep.

That was the first day of his life, crying himself to sleep is part of who he is.

Flashforward

1990, November 21th

Ian is graduating at the psycological university of Buenos Aires, one of the greatest universities in the world, and ranked top three in psychology. He is the first of his class, and so he proceeds to give the students the traditional speak.

Isabella couldn't be more proud of his son, Damian couldn't make it, he is in Rosario researching for new bussines venues. 

Ian speech when like this:

 

My favorite animal is the turtle. The reason is that in order for the turtle to move, it has to stick its neck out. There are going to be times in your life when you’re going to have to stick your neck out. There will be challenges and instead of hiding in a shell, you have to go out and meet them.

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I’m not going to take the easy way out. I won’t be satisfied with accepting what other people are willing to offer me.

The ceremony follow as it should and everybody is very happy about Ian's speech.

 

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