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You didn't do anything wrong Raindancer

Posted by sb417 on February 17, 2004, at 1:59:18

In reply to Why don't I ever learn?, posted by Raindancer on February 16, 2004, at 17:53:15

Hello, Raindancer. You did nothing wrong. Google exists for the purpose of searching whatever it is you're interested in searching. If your therapist (or anyone else, for that matter) doesn't want to be "googled" in this day and age, then perhaps they ought to resign from their profession, change their name and go live in a hut in the woods or on some off-shore island. If your therapist is a professional with degrees, or if he's written journal articles, or is on the staff of an academic institution, that information should be readily available and in the public domain. My therapist is a well known physician, has written books and numerous journal articles that I "dug up" long before Google ever came into being and long before I had a computer. As long as you don't spend an inordinate amount of time "investigating" your therapist, and as long as you don't stalk him, it's safe to "google" to your heart's content. And if your therapist has a problem with that, you might want to think about finding another therapist.




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