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Re: amazingly strong! JenStar starlight

Posted by Dinah on August 6, 2004, at 16:05:57

In reply to Re: amazingly strong! JenStar, posted by starlight on August 6, 2004, at 13:14:38

> Just the fact that there are so many different forms of therapy and they all think their way is the best way, is enough to clue me in, that they can't all be right.
> Starlight

That's one possible conclusion. Another is that they can't all be right for *all* people. That there are so many types of therapy because there are so many types of people. Some people swear by therapy techniques that did nothing for me. But they were helped, and that's what counts. Just a bad "fit" for me, a good "fit" for others. Maybe some forms of therapies help larger number of clients than others, but that doesn't negate the value of a form of therapy that helps fewer people if it helps a person who isn't helped by the more "popular" therapies. And the right therapy for some people might be no therapy at all.

One size very definitely does not fit all. And it pays to be an educated therapy consumer.




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