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Re: The usefulness of talk therapy

Posted by Adam on November 13, 1999, at 2:02:46

In reply to The usefulness of talk therapy, posted by Bob on November 12, 1999, at 20:52:12

So, all you armchair diagnosticians out there, do I sound like I have a "personality disorder"?
It has occurred to me, just because of what Elizabeth said about the appropriate use of CBT. But
does anxiety and fear learned through bad experiences constitute a "personality disorder"?
Does having a "schema" or two put one in that rather unhappy catagory? I'm not an arm slasher,
never was prone to fits of rage when someone told me I was out of line. I don't seem to be
"borderline" or "narcissistic" as far as I can tell. Avoidant? Perhaps, but avoidance is a
hallmark of OCD. I just don't know. Does it really help to know?




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