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Submitted by Joe Idoni on Sun, 2006-01-01 18:27
When talking to a person whose views are unintegrated, does one need to unintegrate to speak to them effectively? I only ask because I have a friend who is firmly entrenched in the christian cult of AA and I said I would talk to her about some problems that she has been having. These mainly reside with her complete inability to maintain a relationship for over a month and her complete lack of self-esteem.
I know in my mind that these behaviors are all resultant from the same ideology, but I do not believe that it would be the most effective tactic for me to attack the whole thing in one go. In fact, I feel as though the only way to talk to her effectively about this situation is to pretend as if all her problems are unrelated.
Is this right? Is there a better way that I am missing?
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