You glance back at Robin and casually ask, “Why are you writing in that notebook?”
Robin doesn’t cease in his scrawling, but a blush does rise to his cheeks. “I’m taking notes. I’ve always been an excellent note-taker.”
“I’m sure you have. What kind of notes are you taking?” It seems like the sort of thing that might be relevant in a group therapy session, after all.
The blush deepens, and the pen stills. “Just about . . . you know . . . the meeting. The people here. I collect data.” He looks down at the notepad sitting in your lap. “I’m not all that different than you, if you think about it.”
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