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Re: That's a great Point... Waterlily

Posted by 64Bowtie on January 19, 2004, at 23:51:47

In reply to Re: Sorry this is a little long-- I'm new..., posted by Waterlily on January 19, 2004, at 18:29:46

<<< I don't think it ever benefits you to lie in therapy...

>>> I apologize if this sounds cynical. Scott Peck in "The Road Less Traveled" points out that, "Therapy is the 'Truth Game'". Seems to hold true from my view that most therapists report that therapy starts right after the lieing stops. So the point is well taken that there is little benefit to lieing in therapy, if therapy may not even begin until the lieing stops.
Again I apologize if this sounds cynical. I am only reporting what I've heard over the years and what Scott Peck wrote.




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