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PostSubject: Problem Child (PG-13)   Wed Aug 01, 2012 12:02 pm

Aurora wasn't looking forward to the session she had to have with Dr. Mayers. In fact, she was less than enthused by the fact that she even had to speak to anyone at all. Because, in her mind, there wasn't anything wrong with her. She'd done some things that weren't exactly forgivable, yes, but that didn't mean she had to be stuck in this freaking prison-like hospital and be treated like she had so many things wrong with her. She'd made a point of refusing her medications at most times, and she'd been caught sneaking out of her room more times than she'd probably been in it. She hated being confined to one place, despised being told what to do, and was itching for her freedom. She'd been kicked out of two hospitals before landing here, but for some reason nothing she did seemed to sway the staff. She'd most recently gotten caught with the stash of matches she'd done her very best to sneak by everyone when she'd first been admitted, and they'd finally demanded she attend a mandatory meeting with one of the head doctors. She'd flat out refused, naturally. And the only reason why she was currently stalking toward the office was because.. well. She was being escorted, and she was taking that less than lightly. "Don't touch me." She growled unhappily at one of them, yanking her arm away from their touch like she'd been burned. It was obvious they thought about grabbing her again, but seeing how close they were to the office, they didn't.

She crossed her arms over her chest like a stubborn child might, glowering as they stopped in front of the door. She didn't acknowledge any of the requests to knock and introduce herself. She just stood there like a statue, unwilling to move neither a muscle or her mouth to form words. She knew she was acting extremely childish, but she didn't care. She didn't need to talk to anyone, she didn't need to be put through this shit. Pursing her lips and trying not to smirk smugly when she earned an exasperated sigh, she continued to not cooperate as one of the escorts finally knocked on the door. "Dr. Mayers? We have..." They paused, looking toward Aurora. "What's your name again?" They whispered. Gleefully, she stared right back into their eyes, unable to help the small smirk that surfaced on her lips this time. Of course, she wasn't going to provide it, and they knew it a short time later. She knew she was getting under their skin. "A patient here to see you, upon mandatory request." They finally finished. "And good luck with this one." She sneered at the comment, rolling her eyes. But she supposed it was true. For a twenty-two year old, she wasn't acting her age. Still, that had hardly been professional of them.

The escorts moved away from her and the door, and for a second she wondered if she should make a run for it. They'd never catch her, they'd never even be prepared, even if they were staring at her and watching her every movement. Exhaling, she decided it was a wasted effort. She'd just sit through this damned session and be done with it. Eyes moving back to the slightly ajar door, she waited for it to open. She thought about stubbornly not walking in when it was requested, but maybe she didn't have to be such a brat the entire time. Maybe....
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PostSubject: Re: Problem Child (PG-13)   Wed Aug 01, 2012 8:39 pm

Max had an appointment with one of the patients, so he was in his office rereading her medical history, trying to find what exactly had she done to be taken to a session with him. They were a lot of doctors capable to manage a young woman like that, but for some reason his wife had requested him to see her. For all he could read since her arriving to the hospital she had been acting childish in all her sessions, since she seemed to be pretty sure that she didn't need to talk to anyone. Being a psychiatrist also made her think she probably just didn't want to talk yet, she wasn't ready yet to let everything out. It was the main problem with the patients he treated.

Also he realized she wasn't a dangerous person, or she'd have been confined in the isolation cells, but at least till that moment, not counting some little indicents, her attitude had been pretty decent.

Max had his usual whiskey glass on his desk and he took a sip, thinking about how he'd focus the therapy with her. He would have to wait and see if she wanted to collaborate or not. He was absolutely lost in thought when he heard a knock on the door.

Listening to the security guards that were escorting her he rose a brow "Thank you guys, I can handle this by myself, I'm the director for some reason" he said slightly harshly as they desired good luck to him. That hadn't been professional at all. Having mad patients didn't mean they didn't understand what one was saying, and that could be pretty offensive indeed. Then he looked at the young woman. "Please, Ms. Thomas, it's a pleasure to meet you personally, could you please take a seat?" he asked politely pointing towards one of the chairs in front of him.

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PostSubject: Re: Problem Child (PG-13)   Thu Aug 02, 2012 10:18 pm

Aurora still did not understand the reason why she was being forced into speaking with one of the directors of the hospital. She hadn't done anything extremely rule-breaking; yet. She'd been planning for a couple of weeks now, sprouting ideas and manipulating them in her mind until they were perfect. She wouldn't act until there was absolutely no flaws in any of her plans, and she was getting rather close to achieving that with one of them. She was good at hiding her thoughts though, and she'd continue to do that today. He might have thought he could pick apart her brain and learn about her in just one session, but he wouldn't. No one was that good, she didn't care how long they'd been working or how well of an education they'd acquired. Maybe if she just refused to work with any of his questions, he'd get frustrated and let her go. More planning time. She wasn't staying in this place, she didn't care what she had to do to get out. Throw her in the isolation cells, drug her up to the point where she was comatose, she didn't care. One way or another, she'd get out, even if it took years. Even if she had to set one massive fire to the place, she'd do it. She'd figure out a way, she always did.

She couldn't help the small yet sickly twisted smirk on her lips as she hummed in satisfaction from her thoughts, but she immediately tried to banish it from her features. She didn't want Dr. Mayers to have any leads as to what she might have been thinking, though she knew he dealt with people just like her daily. She couldn't help but grin with glee when she heard him speaking back to her escorts, and she gave both of the men a menacing glare. At least Dr. Mayers was somewhat on her side. Using his power to his advantage, but hey. She approved. Who wouldn't? She continued to stand near the door as the escorts grumbled but wandered off, clearly happy to have her off of their hands. Good. She didn't like either of them anyhow.

A single brow rose as Dr. Mayers began speaking to her. He was a very attractive man to say the very least, so at least this therapy session could be somewhat bearable. Didn't make her want to cooperate with any of his requests any more thought. "It's not a pleasure to meet me, and you know it." She responded back instantly, her voice cool and firm. He couldn't bullshit her; he could care less about meeting her 'personally,' he was just doing his job. She stared at him hard for a moment, trying to judge who she was dealing with. He'd requested she have a seat, but she was obviously ignoring him. She didn't want to sit down. She didn't even want to be here. "No." She said simply, shrugging her shoulders. "I don't want to." She knew she was acting extremely childish, but he wasn't going to start picking away at her. Oh no, and she had a plan to be thinking about. An escape.

But she did end up wandering forward and bringing herself into the office, closing the door swiftly shut. Then, she backed up to lean against the door, crossing her arms over her chest and drawing a single foot up to rest against it. "Can we be quick about this? I don't need to be here, I have nothing to say to you. So let's just get a move on and not waste either of our times." She didn't mean to sound rude, but it was the truth. There wasn't a thing wrong with her. This was ridiculous.
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PostSubject: Re: Problem Child (PG-13)   Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:24 pm

Max was absolutely aware the woman's mind was completely elsewhere, but he didn't care to ask, as he doubted he'd get an answer. Looking at her he realized she was a pretty and young woman, extremly beautiful he would say, but shill he was far too old for her and he was married with his wife, and then there was the fact that the girl in front of him had killed her fiancee because he cheated on her. Anyway he cursed himself mentally because he shouldn't be having those kind of thoughts, even less with a patient, but oh well, she was a delight to his eyes, that was undeniable.

Then she spoke, in reply to what he had said, and he could see she was thinking about just making a run and scaping, but he knew she wouldn't, and anyway he had learnt to let the patient's words flow over him without getting into him, so he just stayed sat down looking at her impassive. her attitude was childish, and for some reason he thought maybe things would ease on if he used a more personal treating, without breaking her own personal space bubble.

A smirk ran through his lips as she closed the door behind her. He knew she wouldn't run, that was the first indication of something that was so much in the back of her mind that she didn't want to admit, or didn't care enough to pay attention to it. He drowned his drink fully and took out from one of his drawers a pack of cigarrettes. He wasn't a smoker, but he knew she was, also he knew she had an obsession with fire, but everything would be alright.

Slowly he stood up and stepped closer to her, just enough to hold his hand out at her without getting too close "Let's start again. My name is Max Mayers, and is always a pleasure to meet the people in here" he said with a polite nod of his head. If he had learnt something was that even if those people had problems, they were still people, and they deserved to be treated as that, not as animals. "If you don't want to sit that's okay, stay up then" he added with a soft shrug and a small smile "And I promise this won't take too long, I will not even ask too many questions, I just want to have a conversation with you" he finished.

He had been holding the cigarrettes in one of his hands the entire time, but he turned around again to sit behind his desk without saying anything. Once he was sitting down he pushed gently an ashtray towards the other edge of the desk and looked back at Aurora "Would you like to have one?" he asked offering her the ciggarrettes from his desk.

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PostSubject: Re: Problem Child (PG-13)   Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:26 pm

Aurora felt the director's attention on her, and while she knew not to assume, she couldn't help but feel slightly smug. Even in the terrible outfits of the hospital, she knew she was a beautiful woman. No matter if a man was taken, married, single; if they didn't cast even a single curious glance in her direction, they must have had some sort of secret to share. That was just the way she saw it. And judging by the ring on his finger, the man in front of her was indeed married. Not like it matters she reminded herself dully. She could look, but she couldn't touch. What else was new in this damn place?

Nothing irked the brunette more then not gaining a reaction from someone, and the man seated at his desk seemed rather skilled in the task of that. She knew that if she had to be in here for any long extent of time, that she'd probably end up going completely insane. She wasn't really easily provoked, but once her anger made an appearance, it turned nasty. She'd just have to try a different approach if she wanted to get any sort of satisfaction while being stuck in this bloody office. Everyone, no matter how unbreakable they wanted to seem, had something that bothered them. That pushed them just the wrong way, and she intended on finding that. One way or another. She wouldn't be the only one being rubbed the wrong way. Oh no, she simply refused.

She didn't acknowledge her smirk, or the fact that he appeared to be drinking. Of course they can and I can't. She thought gloomily. At least they allowed her to smoke; if she didn't have that, she'd for sure go stir crazy. Especially because when she was lighting up her cigarettes, it was the only time she was ever allowed the glimpse of an actual flame. And it absolutely, positively sucked. Drove her insane at some points in time, because she craved the gratification, satisfaction, and beauty of it so much. Each time she was in one of her moods, she just tried to close her eyes and picture one of the glorious fires she'd started. The longer she was locked away though, the harder they were becoming to recall, and that upset her.

Her eyes watched his every step as he slowly proceeded toward her, almost like he expected her to do something that might require him to be on his toes. She glanced down toward the extended hand, eyeing it but making no movements toward actually shaking it as he re-introduced himself. Max Mayers. "Aurora." She replied offhandedly. Not like it was even necessary, because he'd probably spent the past couple of minutes reviewing that stupid manila folder that everyone seemed to think defined her and who she was. It meant absolutely shit, but no one seemed to get that. The moment they read her file, they assumed they knew her, and they could have never been so wrong. She shrugged when he told her to remain standing. Good, she intended on it. Even as he promised that the session wouldn't take too long, she refused to relax. She wouldn't feel at ease again until she was away from his prying eyes and questions.

Sighing, she just realized she'd neglected his handshake. So quick that if someone were to blink they'd probably miss it, her hand shot out to grasp his. Lightly enough where it probably seemed like she hadn't even shaken his hand at all before she was once again re-crossing her arms. She didn't say anything about him wanting to have a 'conversation' with her. Yeah, so he can pick my brain apart. She thought wryly. His offer somewhat surprised her, and she eyed him for a moment before a small smirk appeared on her lips. Slowly her arms dropped, and she strolled toward his desk, her index finger running over the top of it. She was actually quite tempted for the cigarette, but she decided to see how far she could push her limits. "Can I have the lighter with it? Or maybe a match, perhaps?" Her eyes were staring directly into his, her expression passive. Just to see how he'd react.
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PostSubject: Re: Problem Child (PG-13)   Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:41 am

The situation wasn't being like the most comfortable as he had with some of his usual patients, where he could talk to them about stuff they liked to do or what sports they practised in their hometown without necessarily talking about their desease. But Aurora seemed convinced about him trying to get into that part. So far from reality. He wasn't that kind of psychiatrist, he knew by heart that pushing something was the best way of not getting it.

While he was in front of her he had his hand extended at her. She had neglected it, bit still he held it out, not looking down though, just right into her eyes, and once the slight touch of her soft hand reached his, a smile crossed his lips. Once that happened he was ready to go back to his seat and was when he offered her a cigarrette. As he saw her walking closer to his desk he lightened up one for himself. He wasn't a smoker anymore, but he had been, so he sometimes gifted himself with the luxury of smoking a cigarrette.

Max couldn't help smiling as Aurora asked if she could have a lighter or a match. She was pushing her limits, and maybe with some other doctor it would work, but noone there had more patience than Max Mayers. "You can have the lighter" he said putting it on the table next to the ashtray, then leaning back against his chair, slowly smoking his own cigarrette. "So tell me, Aurora, what have you done to be taken to my office?" he asked curiously. He wanted her own opinion since he hadn't found anything in her history that would indicate the need of seeing her.

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PostSubject: Re: Problem Child (PG-13)   Sat Aug 11, 2012 8:51 pm

Aurora continued to wait for his reaction, her brown eyes never once wavering from his own. She was trying to get a feel for who he was, for who she was dealing with, while still trying to figure out why she'd been hauled to his office. Shouldn't only the patients that caused absolute mayhem in the hospital be forced to talk to the highest level of psychiatrist they had? Not that she was complaining entirely. It certainly beat sitting in her room with nothing to do, and it was better than the stupid group therapy sessions. But even still, it didn't make any sense. She'd kept all plans of escaping and or causing trouble all to herself. Or so she'd thought. It wasn't like she had many she called friends to share the information with. So she couldn't have been here on suspicions... could she? Instantly her eyes hardened a degree, but she kept any other trace of emotion out of it. She would not look guilty.

A smirk of triumph flickered across her full lips when he granted her the permission of a lighter. Though she would have much rather had a match - she wondered if he knew about her little secret obsession - she would take what she could get. Not bothering to thank him, she reached out and took the lighter in her hand. She tried to keep the quiver of excitement from displaying so that he wouldn't immediately take it back from her. She had no intentions of giving it right back like a good little patient, either. She couldn't help it. She might have been playing with fire - literally - by displaying such behavior in front of the one person she shouldn't have, but she didn't care. He didn't intimidate her. What was the worst that could happen, being thrown in the isolation rooms?

Removing one of the cigarettes from the carton with precision, she placed the butt of it in between her lips. Expertly flicking the lighter, she brought the open flame to the tip of the stick, holding it there for a couple of seconds longer than necessary, just watching the flame. Reminding herself not to get too infatuated, she lowered it and inhaled, causing the tip to glow bright. She let the flame from the lighter disappear, but she didn't place it back down next to the ashtray. Instead, she removed the cigarette from her mouth, allowing the smoke to stream past her ajar lips. Her eyes leveled back on Dr. Mayer's as he spoke, and she chuckled almost humorlessly. Do not display any sense of guilt. She commanded herself. "Isn't that your job? To know why I'm here?" She replied silkily, shaking her had back and forth. "Tsk tsk, Dr. Mayers. Slacking, are you?" She taunted, before slowly unhooking her eye contact from his. She turned so that her back was facing him, resting her behind on the edge of his desk as she half-sat, half leaned on it. Not for any specific reason besides a place to sit near the ashtray.

Taking another drag of her cigarette, she brought the lighter up to her line of vision once more. Flicking it on, she stared at the flame in longing. She repeated this process a couple more times, flicking the lighter on and off, without letting her attention roam elsewhere. She knew she should have put it back, but she hardly cared. Vaguely, a flash of fond remembrance of what the flame felt like licking at her skin flashed into her brain. Inhaling deeply, she let the flame disappear for a couple of seconds before flicking it on again, watching the flame flicker slightly in the air.
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