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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 17, 2002 20:16:29 UTC

Harv wrote:
"Why do you treat us this way? I'm trying to defend you here."

My gentle honesty with you is what I consider to be normal interaction. Thank you for clarifying
what you want us to think you are "trying to" do.
You are released from the duty. I request you stop doing that any more.

Harv wrote:
"I'm trying to show that you are good guy."

Again, you clarify what you want us to think you are "trying to" do. Please stop.

Harv wrote:
"Why do you turn on me like that?"

Plesae explain. Do you mean that you want your ideas to be accepted without honest feedback, even when you are representing the ideas of someone else, and that person says you're misrepresenting them?


Harv wrote:
"Did your parents turn on you as a child? Please tell me what happened."

There's no "me" there, is there, anonymous guy?
Imagine a loudspeaker requesting you tell it about your parents. That's what you are, Harv.
Anonymous. And of course, if you are a licensed counselor, you would deserve to have your license revisited. There is a code of ethics in the field. Not all counselors follow it.

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