Dating/relationship possible with a LEC fan?
Posted by: hotshot (18.104.22.168)
Date: December 23, 2003 03:01AM
Yeah, one of the worst things I saw there,
was when they do the part where you have to write down one of the worst things that has ever happened to you, on paper, and then they put you in pairs, and you are meant to read out your PROBLEM until you feel no emotional ties to the past, and I was put with a lady that was sexually abused by her dad, and then they started playing OLD MACDONALD HAD A FARM, over the speakers, and I looked at this poor girl, and she was so upset, and it was just BIZARRE!!!!!!!!!!wrong
Now i suffer from anxiety, and I didnt put that down on the part of the questionarre, about having emotional problems, so Im quite lucky that I came out okay, it could have been really bad,c onsidering people have gone through mini psychosis.
In New Zealand where I am from, I believe that we have one of the highest participants number per capita
That method goes right to deep structures in the brain -- where we
were in childhood and where we regress when processed through
Landmark. Its an age younger than when you learned critical thinking.
No so single person can rescue him until he has genuine doubts.
If he comes to your place,
do not let him in.
He may come back and profess doubts about Landmark.
He's been through the advanced courses by now. He will likely
become thoroughly processed.
We have had pro Landmark trolls who have tried to disrupt discussions by pretending to seek healing from Landmark or claiming to have doubts about it.
Even if your BF expresses doubts about Landmark he might be pretending to do so.
For your own welfare do not be pulled into becoming his "therapist".
He may claim that only you understand him.
No. If he has any respect for you and how he hurt you, he'd be ashamed to ask you
to be his exit counselor.
He would seek his own counselor. And no, if he asks you to recommend someone,
tell him to do it himself.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/17/2017 11:24PM by corboy.