13. Miranda vs Therapy, continued

Miranda is beginning to seriously dislike that legal pad. And all of Dr. Smith’s incessant scribbling. “It’s rude to write when someone’s talking to you,” she points out, quirking an eyebrow at the doctor.

“I’m just taking notes.”

To Miranda’s consternation, he doesn’t even look up when he says it.

She toys with the idea of letting Clarke out if only to get Dr. Smith’s attention. But Miranda isn’t vindictive, and she’s afraid of actually hurting people. “You do realize that most communication is nonverbal, right?” She asks. “And if you aren’t looking, you’re going to miss most of it.”


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