- So how are you doing, honey?What's going on?
There's nothingto do around here.
- You know what?I am sick of hearing that.
- Somewhat.- Somewhat?
- Quit with the cockiness.
- You know what, Cate?- What?
- You betterfigure something out to do.
What do you want to do?- I don't know.
- Come on.Think hard.
- The facility told menot to say nothing.
So I'm not saying anything.
- Just say it.- Well, I mean,
I hope you wouldn't let yourself
go back to the way you were,
or old patterns--behavioral patterns or whatever.
However you like to say it.- No.
However I like to say it?- Well, because I don't know.
I don't know.Does that sound mean,
when I say,"Go back to the way you were"?
- That kind of did, yeah.
- So if I say--that'swhat I'm saying.
- But--no. But I can't--
you know, panic attacksare always gonna happen.
I can't control that part of it.
- Well, no. I'm not talkingabout the panic attacks.
I'm talking aboutthe repetitive behavior,
walking through life like a log.
It's more like a fear of,
you know,even saying it out loud, like,
"Oh, I can't do this forever.There's no way I can.
Not like this."I mean, I guess that'd be a way
of losing you then, I guess, ifthat, you know, ever happened.
If you go into this thing again,
I got to check out,because I'll get hardened,
and I'll close everybody off.
It's safe that way.
But I don't know.