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Re: Limits of exposure therapy

Posted by Camille Dumont on April 8, 2004, at 14:04:12

In reply to Re: Limits of exposure therapy Jeffrey, posted by Doug Saving The Team on April 7, 2004, at 21:04:54

Uh ... when you say eat off the floor do you mean

a) putting your plate on the floor and then eating from that plate or

b) putting your food directly on the floor with no plate or anything?

If its the former ok but if its really ON the floor ... I would have issues with dirt and what not ... and believe me I'm NOT squeamish about dirt ... I own rats and they sometimes lick my lips and it dosen't bother me so I've been exposed to all sort of stuff but I still woulldn't eat off the floor.

As for the drugs thing ... could you just remove your shoes when you come in ... or wipe them on some sort of mat ... or simply buy a pair of shoes that you keep for "inside your dorm" only ... would take care of that and probably keep your floors cleaner.




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