Originally I was going to give this two stars, because Yoo-hoo, Freud, over here.
But I've read it three times now, and even though the Psych 101 student in me still raises his eyebrow a bit, it's an interesting story, and I enjoyed it. It's not perfect; there's the misspelling Lee mentioned, and some odd word choices here and there that leave it feeling not very edited. All the reviews I've read mention page 18 as being the best, and there is something noticeably untethered about it compared to the other pages.* But with a little tidying I think that would no longer be the case. It's a good piece. I will read more of this author's writing.
* Although page 12 was my personal favorite. I like lists.