Well, you certainly have a lot of opinion for not saying much except the desire for moderation. And what moderation would you perfer? One that would only display the opinions you like? Did I not state my behavioral observations on Homosexuality? As the Subject header says? As far as using people encountered in practice as a subset of the whole, how do you recommend we come to an idea on how behavior is formed? And which behavior is appropriate? If I am unable to draw conclusions about behavior in my practice becasue of the fear that a subset would not represent the whole, then my practice would be useless, as would any pyschological debate because all the books that use observation would be useless. Your theory is smart, to introduce a philosophical concept such as the uselessness of using a subset to represent the whole to aid in your debate. That debate has been going on for centuries and can't be resolved here. But my question is this, how would you have me make decisions about behavior, if I cannot judge from the experience I have with others? How do you practice? My observations were a compliment to the poster above who was troubled with the characteristics he found in his ex-wife. Why you have chosen to attack me isn't known, but I would ask that instead of sticking your nose up in the air, why don't you play pyschologist and tell me what your opinion is? Personal attack is the realm of children, so are unfounded remarks. I invite you to reply to my message (spelling errors aside) and inject your own debate on the issue. If anyone needs to be filtered from the debate through moderation, it should be you.
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