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Re: Is 'Dr. Sanity' an undiagnosed BPD? *Triggers*

Posted by Maria01 on September 3, 2007, at 13:36:39

In reply to Re: Is 'Dr. Sanity' an undiagnosed BPD? *Triggers* Maria01, posted by Squiggles on September 3, 2007, at 13:12:38

"Like Bertrand Russell said, there is knowledge by proposition and knowledge by acquaintance; and in the case of analyzing personal problems, acquaintnce trumps propositions."

Not always...if you have been a regular member of this board, you will see that for a lot of the posters/commenters family members/clergy may be at the root of what they are facing. Clergy members alone have been guilty of abuses of power, based on their knowledge and history with the parishioners...the Catholic church is a prime example with the high rates of priests sexually abusing young people within their flock, many of whomm are now adults still coping with the aftereffects of CSA at the hands of a "trusted member of the family"

Some people may lack the strong social network that provides close, loving friendships, or may be bound by personal or cultural mores that inhibit confiding in one's friends.

If you are fortunage enough to have a strong network of friends, etc., and don't see the need for a T, that's awesome..rock on. For many, many people on this board and in real life, that isn't the case. The key for people in those situations is to find a mentally fit, competent T until such networks can be discovered or created. Even then, a good T would come in handy. If you are so fortunate as to not need or want to see a T, I have to ask: Why are you on this board? Just askin'




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