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Re: LucyStone - Re: Bothered

Posted by fires on June 7, 2004, at 16:19:32

In reply to LucyStone - Re: Bothered, posted by rockymtnhi on June 7, 2004, at 15:46:13

I've run into this "problem" on other groups. People say not to be judgmental and don't offer different viewpoints/explanations. This has come up when I have made posts regarding the dangers of herbal meds. I felt I was providing a good public service (supportive) by warning others about health threats -- others said that I wasn't being supportive. Why would I want to support people engaging in dangerous health practices?

What would you suggest a good reply would be to a woman on this group, if she came forth and said that she was improving tremendously since she had started having sex with her therapist?

I think a judgmental reply would be the best thing for her. Supporting her just because her therapy is working well seems illogical, in this case. Of course there are those who don't think that therapists shouldn't be restricted from having sex with patients, but I don't want to go near that topic!!

I hope you see my point.




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