Re: DSM: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Subtle Coercion?


The Highland School (highland@ruralnet.org)
Fri, 04 Jan 1980 06:00:26 -0500


There's a funny quotation from John Dewey about adult child interactions
that goes something like; suppose you had made a trip to Mexico and you
met an acquaintance who quized you on the trip, demanded a map, asked
the major cities, products etc. Wouldn't you dodge around the corner
whenever you saw him coming?
  I think the attitude of knowing what is best for someone else and/or
expecting a child or adult to produce results to satisfy an extrinsic
criteria is not conducive to meaningful relationships. Candy Landvoigt



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