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Unread February 10th, 2006, 07:38 PM
George Neeson George Neeson is offline
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Unhappy About Hard Work

I have just returned to my distance training work with Dr. Stein after a hiatus of a few weeks that commenced with a bit of a medical problem. Within the first couple of days of resuming the work, it became very clear to me that I had really lost ground. This work requires great persistence. I had committed myself to reading at least one chapter from the CCWAA at least five days a week. I let this slide also. I now wish that I had persisted and continued the study soon after the minor medical problem which made me very tired, was resolved. I recommend to anyone who wishes to learn this psychology, persist in the work. A break in the work is a real disadvantage. The discipline of doing the work bears its own very personal reward in the satisfaction of better helping the patient or if you will, client. I know that Henry after all these years still studies hard! How much more must I? Please accept my admonition from hard learned experience.
George Neeson M.D.
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