hypothetically, say someone is 18. what is this person free to tell their therapist such that they aren't legally obligated to contact his parents?
>has bought, uses marijuana
>browses "teen/nn" images
...it's for a guilt-ridden, shameful friend ): who dosnt want to go to jail
I mean, I guess I'm also worried it's not that serious to warrant divulging, and it'll make things awkward. Like, he'll think "why is he telling me this"
I just get freaked out when I see "RESULTS BLOCKED FOR SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE" and feel guilty after jacking off
thinking it's not normal can make you feel ashamed and often keep you in that spiral. it's very normal to think teenagers are pretty. it's just not healthy to obsess over them and it's illegal to look at suggestive material if they're underage.
This, with emphasis on imminently danger (ie even "I've been thinking of killing my parents lately" would probably not be enough).
That's assuming you really are 18 and not bullshitting to avoid getting banned, under 18 the line is a lot less clear.
In any case, ask them directly about it, If someone else is paying for it (insurance, government) the line gets a bit fuzzier too.