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Re: Is too much psychological thinking good for yo pinkeye

Posted by Dinah on June 12, 2005, at 20:23:16

In reply to Is too much psychological thinking good for you?, posted by pinkeye on June 12, 2005, at 13:57:30

I dunno. I know that I wouldn't want to live the unexamined life. My parents were both big on living without self examination, and the results were not pretty. But my brother and my father in law also prefer the unexamined life, and they're lovely. My husband also prefers the unexamined life. I haven't come to a conclusion yet on that one.

I remember when I first came to Babble, I noticed that some of the people I admired most happened to be the ones who have been in long term therapy. But others of the people I admired most hadn't been to therapy at all (but were pretty darn good at living the examined life anyway).

I think some of us are naturally geared to be that way, and it helps us.




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