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September 04 , 2007

Teachers and Mental Health

The art of accurate speech and other ways to help students (children) not become psychiatric patients.


Teachers and Mental Health is my attempt to teach the teachers of children (teachers and parents) some of what I have learned over 40 years of doing therapy, about the rather simple, but apparently poorly understood factors in childhood thinking that go on to create a lot of mental distress by adulthood. Some of the points in this book are: • Teachers teach correct speech, but most do not teach accurate speech • We end up believing what we say, which is why it is so impor tant to say it accurately • We end up acting on what we believe, which is another r eason why it is so impor tant to say it accurately • Children have a delusional belief system that sometimes continues throughout adult life • A minimum of half of the world is in a delusional state all the time, and 98% of people respond to at least one situation in a delusional fashion one or more times during an average day. • Our general understanding of the word responsible, contributes greatly to misunderstandings and poor outcomes in life • Failure to understand high and low levels of abstraction in our speech (and thinking) generates mistakes in communication.

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