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You chose a wonderful topic to write about that I'm sure a lot of young people on this site can relate to. You also presented it in a very creative form. You used poetic prose to describe the emotions in this piece. And I really loved some of the lines which I highlighted. Over all this is a deeply moving piece. I really wish I could read more pieces where people are so honest about their emotions.
It is interesting that you used third person in this piece. Was their a reason for this choice? And do you think it would have a stronger impact if you used first person to describe it from the point of view of the therapist friend? Alternatively, you may try second person (which is a point of view that is rarely used but that I think would suit this piece very well). In second person you could write this almost like a letter to the therapist friend's friend. For example, your last line could be changed to "i don't want you to experience that too.'"
I am assuming this piece is based on you. If that is the case, remember that it's okay to open up about your feelings in your writing. Writing is a great coping method for a lot of things. And WtW is a really supportive community that's here to help. Please don't feel like you're a burden on your friends. And if it gets exhausting being a therapist friend, remember that it's okay to take a break and make yourself a priority sometimes. This is a great piece and I would love to read more of your writing!