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Re: OCD as an example alexandra_k

Posted by Squiggles on October 14, 2006, at 22:30:55

In reply to Re: OCD as an example, posted by alexandra_k on October 14, 2006, at 22:03:42


> it looks like a combination of both medication AND therapy is most effective
>
> and hence the argument from 'biomedical condition hence therapy doesn't help' is wrong as a matter of empirical fact. for the reason that... therapy targets biology too...
>
>

I hear you. And one more time -- therapy is to manic-depression, what cleaning with water is to puerperal infection-- you need an antibiotic to fight it.

In other words, therapy alone will not stabilize
a manic-depressive; drugs first, therapy later if desired.

Squiggles


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