A simplification of an underlying premise of psycholanalysis

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If it wasn't your mother's fault, it was your dad's  [:D]
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A simplification of an underlying premise of psycholanalysis
« Reply #1 on: 12/02/2008 12:42:20 »
I would concur. Too demanding, over-bearing, emotionally unavailable, sitting around in his skid-marked underwear - wretched behavior!
The mind is like a parachute. It works best when open.  -- A. Einstein

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« Reply #2 on: 12/02/2008 12:44:30 »
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A simplification of an underlying premise of psycholanalysis
« Reply #3 on: 12/02/2008 19:10:48 »
If it wasn't your mother's fault, it was your dad's  [:D]

Have you ever heard of "Hoffmann Quadrinity Process"?

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« Reply #4 on: 12/02/2008 22:04:51 »
Yes, I have - intellect, emotions, body, and spirit.

I don't know enough about it to form any real conclusions but my first reaction is that it's just 1 of those fake therapy models. Sure, it can claim successes; but that doesn't necessarily make it genuine.

I'm suspicious of any therapy that claims to revive suppressed childhood memories except under very tightly controlled conditions. It's too easy for False Memory Syndrome to rear its ugly head.
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« Reply #5 on: 13/02/2008 13:09:48 »
Yes, I have - intellect, emotions, body, and spirit.

I don't know enough about it to form any real conclusions but my first reaction is that it's just 1 of those fake therapy models. Sure, it can claim successes; but that doesn't necessarily make it genuine.

I'm suspicious of any therapy that claims to revive suppressed childhood memories except under very tightly controlled conditions. It's too easy for False Memory Syndrome to rear its ugly head.

Maybe, but the results, not the underlying theory (almost not present), is what it counts, and the results are often good (at least they were on me).
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« Reply #6 on: 13/02/2008 22:01:17 »
Yes, I have - intellect, emotions, body, and spirit.

I don't know enough about it to form any real conclusions but my first reaction is that it's just 1 of those fake therapy models. Sure, it can claim successes; but that doesn't necessarily make it genuine.

I'm suspicious of any therapy that claims to revive suppressed childhood memories except under very tightly controlled conditions. It's too easy for False Memory Syndrome to rear its ugly head.

Maybe, but the results, not the underlying theory (almost not present), is what it counts, and the results are often good (at least they were on me).
The best experience of my life.

I agree up to a point. If the results are genuine, then yes. However, as I mentioned, False Memory Syndrome can be a problem. It can make false results seem genuine.
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