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Re: Dear diary (DBT) - Ilene Dinah

Posted by Ilene on March 19, 2004, at 17:02:10

In reply to Re: Dear diary (DBT) - Ilene Ilene, posted by Dinah on March 19, 2004, at 11:26:18

> Well, I may be biased. But I think DBT would be helpful to *anyone*. I think it should be taught in schools. The skills taught in DBT have universal applicability.
> Now whether the DBT *groups* would be helpful to everyone, I'm not sure. If the majority of the group were on one level of functioning, and you are on another, it might lead to a less than ideal situation.

I agree with what you are saying about groups. The other thing is that I feel burned by conventional (and unconventional) wisdom. I got aerobic exercise, I went to yoga, I went to therapy, I took meds, I took fish oil, I took vitamins, I tried to get out every day, .... and my functioning got poorer and poorer and my suicidal ideation got worse and worse. I'm tired of wasting time. I want something that's going to work.

Today is a bad day. I feel like a zombie.




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