Subject: Re: [psysr-disc] More U.S. Children Being Diagnosed With Youthful Tendency Disorder
Date: Tue, April 9, 2013 9:34 am
There are times when satire can be helpful; this is quite brilliant.
Yes, figurative speech may be used to challenge stereotypical behavior in a meaningful manner.
The "client internet" was developed in the 90s because "madness experiences" needed social representation. We had to engage our Dx's as "YTD" (speaking by metaphor) in a manner so that we could network effectively.
My "YTD" diagnostic relates to the phrase, "Dewey Ducks." There as small child I reported to my mother that I had seen "two red trucks" on the street outside.
More U.S. Children Being Diagnosed With Youthful Tendency Disorder
More recently, I've met a variety of humanist psychologists who could themselves "transcend" the stereotype process and engage the "YTD" [management technique] with insight. The [PsySR] frame of "building cultures of peace with social justice" has also helped support such dialogicality.
ABO "Andrew Behavior Object"