Prepare your questions for Dr. Childress.
On this New Year, I will be providing an email address here and I’ll ask for your questions. Any question. From anyone.
I’m attending to parents, but attorneys and mental health professionals can ask questions too. Now-adult kids recovering. Anyone. Any question.
There’s no such thing as a dumb question. Well, actually, that’s not true, but that’s okay, ask it anyway. Any question.
Except what’s my favorite color, no trick questions to get me confused.
In January, I’ll ask you to send me your questions to the email address I provide. In February, I’ll start answering your questions on YouTube. All your questions. Even the stupid questions. My favorite color is blue, no wait… red… now look what you’ve done, I’m all confused.
You have questions. That likely means more people just like you have the same question. I could answer your questions over-and-over each time one-by-one… or all together on YouTube – whee, don’t you love the Internet. I do. Best thing since fire.
So prepare your questions for Dr. Childress. I don’t need your stories. You think I need your stories to understand your questions, I don’t. I could tell you your stories. I want your questions – I can tell exactly your story by your question – each story has its questions.
I’ll won’t read your stories, I know your stories. I’ll read the sentences that end with this ? thing.
That sentence, the one that ends with that ? thing, is called a question. That’s what I’ll read and answer.
I’ll group your questions sort of, and I’ll start posting YouTube videos in February answering your questions, in 10-15 minute segments until there are no more questions – and a lot of answers on YouTube for everyone now and into the future.
Don’t ‘cha love the Internet. I do. Best thing since fire. Internet gud, and oh my goodness, no one knows your a dog. What’s your question for Dr. Childress? January 2022.
Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, CA PSY 18857