Brett: Hi, Dr. Mollie. Could I speak to you for a few minutes?
Dr. Mollie: Certainly. Have a seat.
莫丽博士：当然 。请坐 。
Brett: I'm really enjoying your psychology class and I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions.
Dr. Mollie: Sure, go ahead.
Brett: Well, I have a friend who is nervous all the time, especially around other people. Could he have a serious problem?
Dr. Mollie: It's hard to say without knowing your friend, but he may have an anxiety disorder or some type of phobia.
Brett: I was afraid of that. Well, I have another friend who has mood swings all the time and washes his hands 50 times a day.
布雷特：我很担心他 。还有另一位朋友，他总是情绪波动，并且每天要洗手50次 。
Dr. Mollie: Again, I don't know your friend so it's hard to make a diagnosis, but he may have a bipolar disorder and may also be obsessive-compulsive.
莫丽博士：还是那句话，我不了解你的朋友，所以很难做出诊断 。不过他可能患有躁郁症，同时可能患有强迫症 。
Brett: That sounds really serious. Well, I have another friend who doesn't eat and sits around all day playing with fire. That's bad, isn't it?
布雷特：这听起来很严重 。我还有一位朋友，他不吃饭，整天坐在那里玩火 。这样很糟糕，不是吗？
Dr. Mollie: It could be. Your friend may have an eating disorder and his interest in fire may indicate that he has pyromania, but it's very hard to say.
莫丽博士：可能是的 。你朋友可能患有进食障碍，他对火感兴趣表明他有纵火癖，不过也不能确定 。
Brett: Did I mention that he likes to steal things, too?
Dr. Mollie: People who feel compelled to steal may have kleptomania. Who are all of these friends you're talking about? Do I know them?
Brett: No, definitely not.
Dr. Mollie: Hmm, would your “friends” like to make an appointment with a therapist? It sounds like it may be a good idea.
Brett: No, no. My “friends” wouldn't like that. He has a real fear of doctors.
布雷特：不，不 。我的“朋友们”不愿意 。他真的很害怕医生 。