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Re: I give up Dinah

Posted by littleone on June 28, 2006, at 15:54:21

In reply to I give up happyflower, posted by Dinah on June 28, 2006, at 11:42:01

> Clearly my ideas can't trump a textbook. And my efforts are just adding to the potential for hurt.

I would also like to add to this that one textbook does not have all the answers. It just puts forward one train of thought. There a lot of different opinions out there and I believe a person can only get a well balanced and educated view of something from reading many points of view and then coming to a conclusion of their own.

> But I would remind you that there are people here, and lurking, who have been diagnosed with personality disorders, and I, speaking as one of them, would be highly distressed if I believed your textbook.

I would also like to add my voice to Dinah's here. I found this thread very distressing to read. I know that a lot of literature says that PD's have a "poor prognosis" or are "untreatable" or a host of other negative phrases. However after doing a lot of research, I truly believe that anyone can change. That just because certain traits are ingrained in someone, it doesn't mean that they are a hopeless case. It just means that it may require them to work harder and for longer at changing their beliefs and coping strategies. But with a committment to change and the help of a good T, these changes *are* quite possible.

The traits are something they have learned to do throughout their childhood. And what has been learned, can be un-learned.




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