Attending a convention, three psychiatrists go for a stroll during a lunch break.
“People are always coming to us with their guilts and fears,” one of them says, “but we have no one to go to with our problems. Since we’re all professionals, why don’t we hear each other out right now?”
They all agree it’s a good idea and the first psychiatrist confesses, “I’m a compulsive shopper and deeply in debt, so I over charge patients as often as I can.”
The second psychiatrist admits, “I have a drug problem that’s out of control, and I frequently pressure my patients into buying illegal drugs for me.”
The third psychiatrist says, “I know it’s wrong, but no matter how hard I try, I just can’t keep a secret.”