Once he was gone, Abe grinned. He felt pretty good that he was able to actually help someone for once. Humming, he walked away and headed to his desk to prepare to leave.
"I hope so," Walking towards the door, he then reached into his pocket and handed him a card. "My personal number is on there if you ever need someone to talk to. If you wish to keep coming, then we can set up a schedule," Smiling he waved a bit. "Let me know how things are going, okay?"
Nodding a bit, he stood, “Well you’re my last patient of the day but if you need to be somewhere, I won’t stop you.” Smiling, he said, “It was really nice talking to you…and…erm, well. I’m really looking forward to the second book, heh.”
Abe giggled, “Am I? Good. Most of my patients barely say a thing to me. Just a few of you are actually willing to talk and let me even try to help. I appreciate your willingness to let go of the words, and get it out. It’s good, it’s healthy. It’s never alright to just bottle things in.”
"Good," Abe smiled, "Oh and Eli, any time you need to talk, about anything. I am here." Winking, he murmured, "Things get tough and when it gets out of hand, well I’m the guy who helps clean the mess up so."
"Well, maybe you should look into something else just to help with the stress. If it gets to be too much, anyway. You could take up boxing, or gosh, even watching a movie, volunteering, running, anything to help ease your mind. I know when I’m stressed I just watch a lot of cartoons or read my comics to calm down," Abe smiled brightly.
"I’m really sorry to hear that your friend went through that, though. It can’t be easy…" Sighing, Abe said, "It seems like things just keep piling up for you, hm? How do you deal with the stress and the problems?"
Smiling, Abe said, “Well, she’s lucky to have you as a friend. Maybe she understands a bit about being alone. It’s good that she let you in.”
Shrugging his brows, Abe murmured, “Never thought people could run super fast or emit energy bolts, but…Westfield has a talent for proving people wrong.” Looking back up he cleared his throat, “Have the doctors mentioned anything about her condition?”
Wincing at that, Abe muttered, “I am very sorry to hear that. Do you know what happened?”