No pills for Luca

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Episode 0004
No pills for Luca

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What does an academic advisor know about medication?

Blogger LucaSambuca87
Date Posted April 10th, 2007
Description is it wierd that I'm starting to get a little scared about all this?
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No pills for Luca is the fourth video in the LucaSambuca87 video series.


Luca: I went to see my advisor today. To talk to her about leaving the school and going to New York. She was forcefully against it from the first second. And not just trying to convince me that I should stay in school and get a degree... and that it was the only way I'd really succeed in life. She thought that me even thinking about leaving was the craziest, stupidest, most insane idea that anyone's ever had. She told me I was having panic attacks. I was completely calm. I mean, I sat there in my seat and said what I wanted to say. She made me go to the health clinic. They prescribed these pills that they said would help me with the panic attacks that I wasn't having. But um, they just gave them to me. There wasn't any kind of real tests or anything. I don't know what's going on. And then I came back, and I looked online, to try and find some information about the pills. And I found them. A website all about them. And while the name matched up, the picture of the pills were completely different. All of the pills they had on the website, even the generic ones, were all these little green ones. But what I was given were these big, fat blue ones. It just doesn't make sense. I thought about talking to my mentor at the orphanage today, but they were so happy about me going to college, they were really pushing me to do it. I think they might behave just like my advisor did. So now, I don't know. I don't know what to do. I'm not going to take the pills though. I can't. I'm not going to take medication for something that's not happening to me. Doesn't it just seem a little bit odd that an advisor, an academic advisor, would be getting me to take prescription pills. I mean, what does she know about medicine? I just can't explain some things around here.