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Friday, July 08, 2005

Misery

There have been some comments recently questioning this "blog" form of therapy. Beth is a suffering patient; I am trying many forms of therapy to help all my patients. Remember they are suffering.

From "How People Change," by Allen Wheelis, is the following: "...yet we suffer too. Wealth and intelligence and good fortune are no protection. Haveing had good parents helps but guarantees nothing; miser comes equally to high born and low, comes with the gold spoon, to prince and princess and ladies-in-waiting, to groom and gamekeeper, to the might and the humble. We feel our suffering as alien, desperately unwanted, yet nothing imposes it. We eat, often exceedingly well..." (pp. 3-4).

I hope many of this blog's readers see Beth all over that description.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Exposing Beth to an unmoderated internet is extremely neglectful. Private diaries are one thing, this is something else. Beth - you can't ask people to stop posting here. If you want that, then organise your blog so it is only viewable by people who have registered in some way. As many others have said before, I am starting to think this is more of a joke or experimental site than anything else. For example do your children read this blog Beth? Do you enjoy them reading about you having sex doggie style with someone?

8:41 PM  
Anonymous anon 2 said...

agree utterly anon. This site has become juvenile and thus has prob been created by some highschoolers as a school project, or who simply have nothing better to do. Interesting experiment that didn't quite work I'm afraid.

7:00 AM  
Anonymous anon 3 said...

I 2nd that...but for some reason I come back. Is that wrong? Is the point for us to find out who beth is? Who cares!

7:34 PM  
Anonymous anon2 said...

I come back for a smile when I have nothing to do at work!

3:49 AM  

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