Seattle Dwelling Psychiatrist
Greetings and Salutations! My name is Dr. Niles Crane. I live in Seattle, Washington, where I conduct private practice. If you need me, I am available for help! Remember I am Jungian, not a Freudian like my brother. There'll be no blaming mother today.
((Independent Niles Crane rp from the sitcom Frasier. Please, read the rules.))
Niles Frasier Martin Daphne Roz OTP Psychiatrity
Roz: Hey, guys. That's a nice suit.
Niles: Well, thank you. It's brand, and so since you'll probably be ordering food, I think I'll just go, rather than risk it getting stained.
Roz: What is that supposed to be? Some kind of about how much I eat?
Niles: Absolutely not. It was a crack about your table manners.
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Ceremony Seating Alternatives | Photo: Society Bride

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"Don't I know you?" -Sophia
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Niles did a double take of the woman before him, and studied her. “Uh… you look familiar. You can’t be a patient, I surely would have remembered you.” 

"Well, yes, that’s true. Frasier and I were those children who only had each other really. None of us had many friends growing up. I’m sure you have plenty of friends to fill that sibling void." 

Sophia thought a moment when he mentioned friends. “I guess,” she said. “School was kind of always my priority growing up.” She shrugged. “Friends came second.” She grinned a little at that. “I was the nerdy kid growing up. Not gonna lie.” 

"Well, even though we are not alike in the sibling category, we are very alike in the school category. Although most of my hard work came from wanting to beat Frasier so badly…. Our mother was a psychiatrist, and he got into his head, after had said it first, that he wanted to follow in her footsteps. I supposed if I did better than he did, despite his being my elder, I could get there first.” He sighed. “Unfortunately, the schools never saw fit to allow me to jump grades, so I always one step behind. But, I suppose that’s water under the bridge. We are- I must admit- pretty damn good psychiatrists.” 

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