Measurements

“Your measurements are way off, Susan! At this rate, you’ll soon destroy your life. It’s unhealthy.” Susan had tried—many times—before seeking professional help.

Her consultant peered at her in disbelief. “It’s vital that you follow the guidelines I set you.” Never before had she dealt with someone as changing, as reckless. She had offered step-by-step instructions, and still, Susan couldn’t manage.

“Just because you like sugar, you can’t add more than what the recipe calls for. You can’t become a baker that way—you’ll keep burning more cookies. Go,” she added her face hardening, “measure your ingredients again.”

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