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Re: Denying reality gardenergirl

Posted by Susan47 on April 17, 2005, at 17:22:35

In reply to Re: Denying reality Susan47, posted by gardenergirl on April 17, 2005, at 16:36:30

But definitely, absolutely not to the same degree with everyone. Because some people have had good childhoods, good lives, where they didn't have to be afraid and/or self-protective. Wherein their brains were allowed to develop normally, without distraction, without neurons firing in the "wrong" places, or simply not firing at all, because so much attention always had to be diverted in the struggle to survive.
This stuff is important. It's important for psychologists to understand it. Psychology is a rapidly growing field, it's very exciting and there's so much to know. Seems like the more you know the more you know you don't know. Hahahahahaha




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