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    Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gcfxiA...ature=youtu.be

    Now one of the things I tend not to like is the idea of “therapy” because, to be honest, it’s a stupid profession with little help to anyone but making things worse.

    As an "idea", the concept of therapy is a good idea. Much like "socialism". Talking about your issues with an objective third party. In practice, like socialism, it causes misery and destruction.

    A psychiatrist, in an asylum, sure, but therapy does little other than make you feel good about whatever dumb problems you have.

    That’s the best case. The reality is it’s used for political indoctrination and it’s hardly shocking that it’s filled with women, as it requires no brain power and attracts hate filled feminists, and this video shows exactly why.

    If you wonder why so many people preach therapy, it’s because they assume you wear a MAGA hat and burn minorities alive. Even for a spicy meme. It’s to “fix” you and make you a bitch simp. To tear down that patriarchy and empower Stalinism.

    Here’s a fun little video explaining it and how it’s done and why you should probably never go to a therapist if you feel bad. Be an alcoholic like a real man. Run a marathon until you collapse. Starve yourself. Whatever.

    It confesses how therapy's "goal" is social justice. Not mental health. That's why it's pushed.

    I’m not political, for the same reason I’m an atheist. There’s absolutely no difference between some fundamentalist jihadist at the wheel of a plane, and the college professor on college campuses.

    Politics is religion for stupid people who think they understand what’s going on. The kind of people who believe what’s on the news.

    Remember, any time you’re told “get therapy” it’s always about the religion of politics.
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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    There's a reason most "non-normie" behavior is pathologized these days, and it's because it makes these shrinks and pill pushers that much richer.

    The typical therapist is a post-wall woman projecting her own dysfunction on to others, which is reason enough to avoid therapy. Throw in the thinly veiled kickbacks from Big Pharma and it's obvious why it's such a cesspit of pathologization. Every diagnoses of "irregular" behavior is potential recurring revenue for these criminals.

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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    I ended up getting counseled twice for having trouble with people at work. The first time, they couldn't make me go, but I would have looked bad if I didn't. It didn't help, there's no solution for being stuck with someone who's out to screw you. On the other hand, it didn't hurt anything either, and I didn't look like a Blackhat for not trying. The second time was more coworker trouble. That time, I went because I was angry and only signed up to get three afternoons off. The job paid for everything; my time included.

    The Councilors I had were ok, they didn't blame everything on me the way I hear a Marriage Councilor does. They would have helped if they could. There's just no fixing a lot of problems.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    I'm mostly agreeing with you, OP. I just want to make 1 nuance. Therapy very often doesn't help the patients because they don't want to be helped. One of the aspects of therapy is looking at yourself, see what the patterns are they cling to which make them suffer and "correct" them. The "victim" narrative is rampant in the world. "Everything is happening to me, I can't be blamed, so I won't be helped." With this mindset any psychologist is already check mated before they even started. IMO a good psychologist should say to such a person: "fine, go on and suffer some more and come back when you're open minded on how to deal with things within your control." Like we won't actively reach out to the blue pilled men world. They won't listen until they're burned enough. What would you do if a firm BP believing man came to you "help me, I'm suffering so much over women!" Yet he's is totally unwilling to open his eyes. That'd be me a couple of years ago. Would you have RP-ed me?

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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    I was more speaking about the video, where it was discussing therapy and social justice from an education standpoint.


    In the past, therapy was supposed to be objective and all the look inward nonsense, but that must have been in a pre-narcissist era. Now, like media, we’re in a social justice era.

    Lack of social justice isn’t hurting anyone inside. It’s taking advantage of, and victimizing, the person stupid enough to trust them.

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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    I went to school with a couple people who majored in psychology. One of them studied clinical psych and went on to work in a community mental health center. I stayed in touch with him over the years and he’s told me several times how the field wasn’t what he expected it to be. He talked about feeling robotic in the profession, like he was pre-programmed to ask the same questions, in the same way, over and over. He felt like a phony much of the time, like he was bullshitting his way through the work day. What was particularly odd is how he described the women he worked around. He said they ate up their psychology bullshit and treated every clinical word as absolute gospel. It disgusted him to see how caught up in their own bullshit these women were. They wanted to believe they were something special, but they were basically chimps trained to ask questions in specific ways.

    Luckily my pal got out of that gimmick and found a pretty good job at a lawn care company. He said it felt great to do “man’s work” again. Working as a therapist was basically a joke.

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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    I think therapy for women is now a place to get their fill of understanding and connection in a semi-safe manner. They are now living alone in their city flats, while their brain is still in need of empathy for fellow ladies huddled together in the cave.

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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    When I think of psychological therapy, I think of women. You don't normally hear of men taking therapy for years on end, but lots of women do. It's a natural extension of their trait of talking endlessly about their problems while not wanting rational listeners to offer real solutions.

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    Re: Therapy is a hell easy to be avoided.

    It’s an echo chamber for women to whine about so-called “narcissistic abusive relationships and PTSD”. If a man goes to therapy, he’ll just be constantly gaslit, contradicted, and have all his problems trivialized. The profession is run by bitter feminists. If they give you advice, it will be thinly veiled as ‘helpful’, but they are secretly trying to sabotage you. They see men as the enemy. Even if they’re not consciously trying to sabotage you, they’re advice is horrible either way. They’re completely solipsistic, and give advice that only serves women. They don’t give a shit about what men go through, nor can they understand or relate. Just the same as if a guy tried to council a girl on menstruating, or being pregnant.


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