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Re: A question - possible trigger daisym

Posted by littleone on June 9, 2005, at 16:01:47

In reply to A question - possible trigger, posted by daisym on June 9, 2005, at 0:22:21

I had the impression that it was common with DBT. Like it's part of the contract between T and client. I thought they used it as a tool to ensure the client calls the T rather than acts on the urges. I guess that to keep it effective, they need to follow through on it. Otherwise it is sending the message that "yes we have this rule, but if you break it, it doesn't really matter".

I haven't had any experience with that approach. That was just what I gathered from stuff I've read/heard.




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