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Re: the intentions? Shadowplayers721

Posted by 64bowtie on August 10, 2004, at 20:49:01

In reply to the intentions?, posted by Shadowplayers721 on August 10, 2004, at 12:56:41

<<< Thanx for reading and connecting...

> So, the intentions of the posts are....
>
> "Much of it is sorta unfinished and needs fleshing out. I also journal ideas and ways to say or communicate my stuff. What you are seeing in some posts, is me like an opera singer practicing a note."

<<< I have many motives for being here. I have disclosed most of my motives as you can detect by going to my -psychology posts as far back as Nov 15, 2003. As long as I post respectfully and remain responsible by fully managing my many motives, I'm sure my posts won't somehow harm you and your quest for therapy stories and information here at Babble.

> What I read there is a testing the waters of how an audience will hear a speech. What I learned in speech is that you need to know who your audience is and give them what they want.

<<< I seem to remember that in my High school debate classes, The Original Oratory competition had that mandate, back in 1964.

> This audience (Shadowplayers) enjoys posts that are written with sincerity of need of support or education in relation to Psychology.

<<< Do you see a disconnect between life skills and psychology? RSVP

> So, this is how to best get what you want from Shadows too. "Hey, you'll. I am writing a speech to a group of people for X and I want your opinions. What do you think?"

<<< I can do that!

> Shadowplayers were suspicious that there was a motive here that wasn't mentioned.

<<< See above....

> Now, that it is mentioned. We can proceed with the process if the intentions are clearly identified. However, things like this post may not fall under the psychology category anymore, but on the Social board.

<<< Respectfully, isn't this a Dr Bob issue? Czek it out with him. If it must (mandatory) be redirected, I will comply, lovingly and with compassion...., because I can and do.

Rod


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