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The “Non-Client” Viewpoint

Whenever you find yourself in any kind of difficult interaction in your life, it will be useful for you to deliberately adopt the viewpoint of a “non-client,” and, possibly, a counselor. This will tend to help you think about the situation better, encourage you to take charge, and interrupt any unaware pull on yourself to try to claim someone else’s attention and become a “client” in the situation.

Harvey Jackins

From The List, page 30

(Present Time 183, April 2016)


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