Dolphin wrote several interesting things,
("crazy" people who "see hidden messages" )
"It is best they be encouraged to take responsibility for their choice of meaning-assignment."
" expect you to do some dodgy "never mind" trick in your head and go with the textbook theory."
"it is an idea to take my version of the "solved" puzzle and demonstrate exactly with no step omitted (perhaps except one, the one everybody omits)"
Advanced stress makes computers see "hidden messages" sometimes...
the professions of mental health and management,
like physics, may have omitted some steps in their thinking. Their own choices of "eaning assignment" may be slipshod sometimes, resulting in hazards for persons in their management areas.
Some of these unsuspecting persons receive stress which, over time, may result in these "hidden messages" being seen.
The upshot is that authority should be accompanied by responsibility. If a person truly is given the authority to choose their career path, unhindered by others' bad use of authority,
then we have a pure case where responsibility is neatly assignable. Until then, it is clear that slipshod forms of management
creates stress on everyone, narrowing the options for many participants, so they cannot really see the choices ahead clearly...since those are shifting and being corrupted at the source.