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- Jun 21, 2011
I don't condemn anyone for controlling themselves any way they can. It's always been my own personal belief that if I got me into something, I'm probably the one who is going to have to get me out.Unfortunately the 12 step taliban/hard of thinking are everywhere.
I was told I had depression because I didn't go to enough meetings and keep a proper inventory of my behaviour.
I told him I didn't need to take an inventory if he was doing it for me and as for numbers of meetings, I asked him if he was stalking me.
As part of a work thing once long ago when I was hauling equipment, the guy I was working for had a few of us talk to a phycologist, supposedly to improve work efficiency. He had me fill out a questionnaire and one of the questions was, did I see things other people didn't? I put down yes I do. When the guy asked me what kind of apparitions did I see that other's didn't see?
I asked him what he was talking about? He said. Well I asked if you saw things other people didn't, see? I told him I see that a road grader came out of the shop with a low front tire, and the cutting edges need changing before I haul it out to the job. When I'm running equipment, I see that the well location is draining the wrong direction and needs to fall towards the sump else they'll never get rid of the waste water. Then I asked what in the world DO YOU SEE?
The guy stammered around a bit and couldn't seem to get where he was going. I told him, I don't know how this is going to affect work efficiency, so if it's all the same to you, we're done here. I went out and played golf that afternoon, I felt much better!