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Elizabeth Schwart, a social worker at Roger’s, dedicates her life to those who feel
ineffectual. She healed my many maladies even when I loathed her help. When I
was upset, she knew right away. Elizabeth was astute and could figure out a way to
cheer me up no matter what the situation was. If I was mad at my mom or just got a
horrible test grade, she knew and helped me through it.
Every day we talked about what was going on in my life. She scrutinized
what I told her very closely. Without fail Elizabeth always had solutions to my problems,
or praise to my accomplishments.
She showed me that life is worthwhile even when I thought it was nefarious.
Elizabeth made you feel special and not as if you were a waste of space. You could tell
her anything and you knew she wouldn’t tell a soul.
Before I knew her I did not want or know how to trust others. She taught me how
to trust in people and how to let them help you.
Elizabeth is amicable and I strive to be that way. In essence, Elizabeth made me
who I am today.