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September 23, 2019

Daily Joke: A Woman Went to a Psychiatrist Because of Her Child

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A little boy gives his mother so much trouble that she decides to take him to visit a psychiatrist. 

The woman decided that seeing a medical doctor specialized in psychiatry would be the best option in her search for some calm in the home. 

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After the typical subjective and objective examination, the psychiatrist said:

"You are far too upset and worried about your son. I'm going to prescribe some tranquilizers for you. I suggest you take them regularly."

After a week, the woman paid a visit to the psychiatrist again. He asked:

"So, have the tranquilizers calmed you down?"

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The doctor heaved a sigh of relief when the woman responded positively saying the tranquilizers had indeed been effective. He further asked,

"And how is your son now?"

And the woman suddenly exclaimed,

"Who cares?!"

TOM VISITED HIS FRIEND AT THE HOSPITAL

John was ailing from a deadly disease, and everyone feared that he would pass on despite being at such a young age. His friend, Tom, decided to visit and all forlorn, he curiously asked:

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"If there is baseball in heaven, will you come back and tell me?"

Sadly, it was right at that moment that John passed on. He, however, managed to give the nod responding positively to Tom's request. In the flurry of activities surrounding John's untimely demise, Tom forgot all about the exchange, but that very night, he got his answer. 

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That very night while Tom was sleeping, he heard John's voice in a dream. Tom asked:

"John! What is it?"

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John said,

"I have good news and bad news from heaven."

Tom asked,

"What's the good news?"

John responded:

"There is baseball in heaven after all, but the bad news is you're pitching on Tuesday."

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Source: Starts at 60.

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