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27 Jan 2006

not very nice are you.
Now kat's later question is interesting, because it places psychoanalysist where it belongs --- it is false and fake science, pretending to be a science and a therapy, while actually being a minor religious cult. It asks you to BELIEVE in it, and to ignore the fact that over 100 years has never produced proper evidence for any of its major beliefs !

based on the fact of knowing how my mind works whith analising and loosing sleep over the unanswered questions of life, i have to ask is this really the last thing you are going to say about this question. not very nice are you. where can i do a bit of homework on this subject any ideas
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01 Jan 0001

Must I lie to you in order to be nice ? I haven't said anything unpleasant about you wanting to explore issues and understand some of the mysteries of life --- that's admirable. But I'm not going to hide the fact that millions and millions of rands have been taken from unhappy people by psychoanalytically trained or oriented therapists, who never have and never will, be cable of helping them. It's that particular method, that particular set of sterile theories ( after so many decades we've waited for them to prove themselves ) that I am against, and I wouldn't want to see someone of your intelligence and energy waste time rushing up a dead-end alley. I wasn't suggesting that you should stop analyzing ANYTHING, in your own way, only urging you to do your own searching and alnalyzing, and not to assume that any of the psychoanalytic twaddle must somehow be true.
I cant refer you to any evidence, book or website that supports or proves the validity of that approach, because none exit. If you search the web for articles and books critical of psychoanalysis, one of the greatest of all con games, I'm sure you'll find plenty on the subject.
Search, explore, read, argue, and let us know what conclusions you reach ! I just don't want to hear any of Sigmunds twaddle. I met his daughter once, rather an awesome woman, as it happens.
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