Therapist gets a drink with students

At the University of Connecticut, a therapist named Mark Vassar got a drink from students on several occasions. The first time, he got it at an event called a “student welcome” that included a big party and a free concert. The second time, Vassar got the drink in a dorm.

As one student put it, “it was great because we were able to mingle with a therapist who is also a student. It was a nice way to get to know each other.”

One student says “he was very down to earth, and I found him to be very caring and compassionate.” Another student said, “He was very approachable and laid back, and I felt comfortable with him.”

In another incident, Vassar got a drink with a student-athlete while at a bar. The student-athlete was a part of the student-athlete support group.

One student who was there says, “It was a great experience because we were able to talk about our feelings, and we were able to be with someone who was also a student, and we were able to have a good time together.”

In a third incident, Vassar got a drink with a student in a large room. One student, who was there, says, “the room was packed with students, and there were a lot of people in the room, and everyone was very comfortable. It was a great time.”

Other types of drinks that therapists get

A few other kinds of drinks have also been reported by students.

Cocktails with students

In one incident, a therapist in California got a drink with a student. The student was with a group of students.

In a separate incident, a therapist in Virginia got a drink with a student in a large room.

A doctor gets a drink with students

In 2015, a doctor in Florida received a drink from students at a party.

The doctor was celebrating his birthday, and the party was held in a large room with a bar.

The event was held at a college dormitory, and the group included a student and several adults.

The doctor says, “I had a good time. I got a drink. It was a great atmosphere. I met some new people.”

A teacher gets a drink with students

A teacher in Nebraska got a drink from students at the end of a school day.

One student says, “I got a drink because I was having a great time.”

A student says, “It was a great experience because I got to talk to a therapist who was also a student. It was a good time.”

A student says, “It was a great opportunity to talk to a therapist who is also a student.”

Many other types of drinks reported

In addition to getting drinks from students, therapists have reported getting drinks from:

  • Bar hosts
  • Bartenders
  • Drink hosts
  • Drink managers
  • Drink servers
  • Drink servers’ parents
  • Drink servers’ friends
  • Drink servers’ colleagues

Students also reported getting drinks from:

  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Lobbies
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Other types of organizations

Where you get the drink?

Just because you got a drink from a student, doesn’t mean that you got it from them on their own time. Many people have gotten drinks from groups they’re in or with people they’re with. These groups are referred to as “social groups.”

Students have gotten drinks from:

  • Students’ social group
  • Students’ friends
  • Teachers’ social group
  • Teachers’ friends
  • Parents of drink servers
  • Parents of drink servers’ friends
  • Parents of drink servers’ colleagues

Who gets the drink?

Some people get the drinks. Others get the drink. It depends on who’s providing it.

For example, if you’re getting a drink from a student, they might be the one who’s responsible for providing the drink. Or, if you’re getting a drink from a teacher, the drink might be provided by the teacher’s parents.

What happens if you get a drink from a student?

It’s not a good idea to get a drink from a student.

It’s also not a good idea to get a drink from a student if you’re in a social group with them. It’s even less a good idea if you’re in a social group with them and you’re underage.

If you’re in a social group with a student who you know is underage, you should never get a drink from them.

If you’re in a social group with a student who you don’t know is underage, it’s a good idea to ask them not to give you a drink. They might have a good reason for doing so.

If you’re in a social group with a student who you know is underage, and you’re underage, you should never get a drink from this student.

If you get a drink from a student, it’s important to keep in mind that you might not realize they’re underage.

If you’re underage, it’s a good idea to ask that student not to provide you with a drink. This is because it’s possible that you may get drunk and drive and do something you regret. You should also avoid getting drunk if you’re underage and you’re in a social group with a student who is or who might be under age.

If you’re underage and get a drink from a drink host or a drink server, it’s also important to ask them not to provide you with a drink. This means that they should ask the students not to provide you with drinks in the future.

Do you need to be a certain age to get a drink?

You may be wondering if you need to be 20 or older to get a drink.

You may not need to be a certain age to get a drink. However, it’s important to understand that you do need to be 18 years old or older to drink beer, and you do need to be 21 years old or older to drink a mixed drink.

A mixed drink is a drink that contains two types of alcohol. If you’re 21 or older and you’re in a social group with someone who’s under age, you may be able to get a mixed drink.

In general, you should avoid getting a drink if you’re in a social group with someone who’s underage. This is because you may get drunk and drive or do something you regret.

What if I get a drink from a drink host or a drink server?

If you get a drink from a drink host or a drink server, the drink might be provided by the drink host’s parents or the drink server’s parents.

If you’re underage, it’s important to ask the drink host not to provide you with a drink.

Over to you

If you’re a student:

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