Re: PSI Seminars: Legal Action?
Date: January 10, 2008 10:48AM
I found this post on another web site and thought I would share with you. This man (or woman) is just as screwed up as I was with PSI Seminars. Does PSI break up marriages? YES IT DOES. The nerve of this person to say "PSI does nothing to anyone." They screw with minds.
"Does PSI break up marriages?
PSI does nothing to anyone. It's a class, that teaches tools, but it physically (notice the key word here: PHYSICALLY, does not mentally.) does not do anything to anyone, ever. People do things with the tools they are given, and since a major anchor of all PSI Seminars courses is personal responsibility, in the event that a student is in a relationship with someone that is not healthy emotionally, physically, or intellectually, then a result of living a life of responsibility might be to actually take action and get out of an abusive relationship for once. Taken from a different perspective, referring to the above theme that PSI Seminars is a business, how would a business that is based on WORD OF MOUTH do if it created estranged relationships in all its students? Doesn't that seems counterproductive to the purpose of running a business where profit is directly linked to recruiting new students?
PSI is teaching personal responsibility courses so if someone is in a negative relationship once they realize that fact, ending the negative relationship is a responsible thing to do. In any event, as a company that teaches personal relationship communication techniques, PSI prides itself on helping students create #10 relationships. That's the goal. Unfortunately, the reality is that many students who attend PSI classes are already involved in relationships that are seldom at a #10. This #10 is a personal scale, so there is no standard, it's just a question asked. Moreover, PSI stresses honesty in relationships, and honesty to self. Again many students who come to PSI classes realize that for years they have lived a life disconnected and void of personal honesty and integrity. If they honestly realize they should no longer be involved with someone and leaving the failing relationship is their choice, then PSI would probably support those people, whether grads or not."
The more I read this the madder I get. I was in a healthy relationship with a very wonderful man and threw it away because I failed him. He didn't fail me. I threw away my first marriage because I met a "wonderful group" of people who told me that my husband was holding me back so I needed to leave him behind. Number 10 relationship? I had a number 10 relationship and left him behind and ended up with a loser believing he was the one for me. He used me as much as PSI did.
"PSI prides itself on helping students create honest relationships." They create nothing but shallow, self-centered drones.