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Unread May 3rd, 2006, 02:44 AM
Brendan Toohey Brendan Toohey is offline
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Wink Re: Shame theory and Gestalt therapy

I am aware of some degree of reservation in sharing my thoughts on this subject, or others as I find the forum offers a snap shot of a contributors ideas but the ground as to which these ideas may have been formed can be invisable. Which for me has lead to confusion regarding how to contextualise the responses to posts. This does make figure for me though the issue of shame related to, for example, being taught in primary school in a wrote fashion and as a result forming a belief that knowledge (facts) are absolute rather than relative to the conveyer, context,culture, field.

Brendan
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