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Posted by: Worried | 2010/08/31

Need for counselling

How do you convince someone that the need counselling. This guy is addicted to gambling but he doesn''t see it. He doesn''t believe in counselling - FOR ANYTHING. How does one get him to seek help or just stop this practice.

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Expert ImageCyberShrink

Even if he doesn't believe in counselling, fortunately counselling believes in him. Seriously, he is stubbornly being reluctant to admit that his very obvious problems arem problems, and not man enopugh to face his own errors. Until he does, counselling can't be imposed on him.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010/08/31

Even if he doesn't believe in counselling, fortunately counselling believes in him. Seriously, he is stubbornly being reluctant to admit that his very obvious problems arem problems, and not man enopugh to face his own errors. Until he does, counselling can't be imposed on him.

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