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A psychotherapist in the profession for 35 years, told me during an interview, “We aren’t born with the skill to communicate with human beings. It has to be learned.” He is also an Episcopal Priest and has been for 42 years.

His insight to approach communication from a systems point of view and wisdom has made a positive impact on his clients lives.

His goal to help marriages, families, and people systematically overcome miscommunication and drug and alcohol abuse has been reached multiple times. Negativity falls before that which is positive and satisfying in life.

We read about a divine system in 21st Century Science and Health, “Negativity is like an undeveloped thought with no motive, but afterward it controls human beings. Infatuation, self-destructive appetites, dishonesty, envy, hatred, and revenge ripen into action, only to pass from shame and despair to their final self-punishment.”

“Doctors, therapists, and so on, though humane, are artists who outline their thoughts relative to disease…The physician’s thoughts and their patient’s commingle, and the stronger thoughts rule the weaker. This is why it is important for doctors to study and practice the universal law of Truth and Love.”

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