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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post

    It does... any Consciousness Raising/Remote Viewing Programs to report to us here, from out there; good for Remote Viewing & Treasure Hunting...? Heard California is "up" for such...
    Not sure of any that are local other than on the net..I. am a big believer of instinct developed over time with the help of long term psychoanalysis ...was on the couch for 20 years and I have had some amazing experiences ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by squiggy1 View Post
    Not sure of any that are local other than on the net..I. am a big believer of instinct developed over time with the help of long term psychoanalysis ...was on the couch for 20 years and I have had some amazing experiences ..
    In Virginia, and we have a "Consciousness Thread"; IF... you wanna share GENERAL STUFF; may NOT be a good idea, tho.
    THIS is a PUBLIC FORUM, and you MAY break "Confidentiality Agreement"... whatever. "Crisp" could ya more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post

    In Virginia, and we have a "Consciousness Thread"; IF... you wanna share GENERAL STUFF; may NOT be a good idea, tho.
    THIS is a PUBLIC FORUM, and you MAY break "Confidentiality Agreement"... whatever. "Crisp" could ya more...
    Thanks for the heads up..Virginia is a beautiful place !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    In Virginia, and we have a "Consciousness Thread"; IF... you wanna share GENERAL STUFF; may NOT be a good idea, tho.
    THIS is a PUBLIC FORUM, and you MAY break "Confidentiality Agreement"... whatever. "Crisp" could ya more...
    It only breaks confidentiality if a doctor gives specifics about a patient. I tell new patients previous patients stories all the time. It helps them realize they are not alone and help is out there. I just skip individual details and gloss over the finer points. A patient can say anything they want about their experience. The confidentiality only goes one way. Patients should always feel free to discuss their doctors and what is said; otherwise would be significantly problematic.

    Squiggy: You are the last of a dying breed. I fear psychoanalysis is passing into obscurity.

    Rebel: Example of confidentiality. Let us pretend that Bill was a patient of mine and we were talking about his problem with hypersexuality. I would describe it as follows:

    I saw a robust male in his late 50's to early 60's that was having a problem with the unwanted attention of numerous women. He did not always desire their attention, but had difficulty in refusing.

    Crispin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispin View Post

    It only breaks confidentiality if a doctor gives specifics about a patient. I tell new patients previous patients stories all the time. It helps them realize they are not alone and help is out there. I just skip individual details and gloss over the finer points. A patient can say anything they want about their experience. The confidentiality only goes one way. Patients should always feel free to discuss their doctors and what is said; otherwise would be significantly problematic.

    Squiggy: You are the last of a dying breed. I fear psychoanalysis is passing into obscurity.

    Rebel: Example of confidentiality. Let us pretend that Bill was a patient of mine and we were talking about his problem with hypersexuality. I would describe it as follows:

    I saw a robust male in his late 50's to early 60's that was having a problem with the unwanted attention of numerous women. He did not always desire their attention, but had difficulty in refusing.

    Crispin
    Yes, sadly most therapists and most people do not want to invest the time or money...Best investment I ever made and the most beneficial .
    I am a therapist in private practice and I believe you cannot take anyone farther than you have come yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispin View Post
    It only breaks confidentiality if a doctor gives specifics about a patient. I tell new patients previous patients stories all the time. It helps them realize they are not alone and help is out there. I just skip individual details and gloss over the finer points. A patient can say anything they want about their experience. The confidentiality only goes one way. Patients should always feel free to discuss their doctors and what is said; otherwise would be significantly problematic.

    Squiggy: You are the last of a dying breed. I fear psychoanalysis is passing into obscurity.

    Rebel: Example of confidentiality. Let us pretend that Bill was a patient of mine and we were talking about his problem with hypersexuality. I would describe it as follows:

    I saw a robust male in his late 50's to early 60's that was having a problem with the unwanted attention of numerous women. He did not always desire their attention, but had difficulty in refusing.

    Crispin
    LOL! ROFL! It's a Mid-life Crisis thing!
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    Crispin,

    LOL....In my dreams......better pass around some viagra.....

    I do have to admit I do get along with the younger ladies fairly well.....probably because they no longer consider me a threat.....thanks for the chuckles...I needed that.

    Regards + HH

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill from lachine View Post
    Crispin,

    LOL....In my dreams......better pass around some viagra.....

    I do have to admit I do get along with the younger ladies fairly well.....probably because they no longer consider me a threat.....thanks for the chuckles...I needed that.

    Regards + HH

    Bill
    Whazzz YOU don't wanna be a "SUGAR DADDY"... LOL!

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    Rebel,

    When I visit my various cafes and pubs....I flirt with the waitresses and tell them not to worry.....I'm married to a fiery redhead who's 6' tall and trust me she's more than 1 dude can handle....lol.

    Regards + HH

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill from lachine View Post
    Rebel,

    When I visit my various cafes and pubs....I flirt with the waitresses and tell them not to worry.....I'm married to a fiery redhead who's 6' tall and trust me she's more than 1 dude can handle....lol.

    Regards + HH

    Bill
    LOL! ROFL!

 

 
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