- Yes, I would be interested. Although, this whole concept of determinism is new to me, I would be interested in the exchange of ideas.
- --- In email@example.com, "justtrying2beme2002 <
JustTrying2BeMe@a...>" <JustTrying2BeMe@a...> wrote:
An important function of determinism in therapy is to help the therapist
understand the client. As a determinist, you probably feel that your belief
helps you understand yourself and the rest of the world. It's questionable, as
in some of your quotes, to assume that our students are essentially different,
that they can't handle the truth, that their illusion of choice is healthy and
necessary to recovery. Once they begin to understand that their problems
don't stem from their free choices, they'll feel better and be better able to look
for the real reasons.