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Old 12-15-2017, 02:27 PM
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... it might be something more neurological.[/QUOTE]

I've come to the same conclusion that there is something neurological going on; however, that science is fairly new so is limited in having enough trained therapists around who are knowledgeable in the navigation within it.

In my experience, therapists don't like dealing with me when I mention my probability of personality disorders due to earlier attachment disorders. Therapists are humans who like to see results, and let's face it, those of us unable to feel empathy have a hard time implementing the 'tools' offered by a therapist for current social involvement. So, neurologically, how can we develop neurologically from the ground up when we are adults? I feel that I need actors who will stand in as pseudo parents, siblings, friends, etc. so neuroplasty can take place. Meanwhile, I plod along 'as is' and am thankful for deeper understanding in the ways that are available.
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