What Does Donald Trump Have in Common with Psychologists?
Karen Kilbane
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Warning, unsolicited advice below, reading optional.

Here: develop more on your basic ideas.

B/c it doesn’t matter that the system is broken. Maybe you’ll be the changing agent and by some nearly impossible odds you’ll get the opportunity to shift the ways of the world. But probabilities are higher that you won’t. All disciplines are corrupted in one way or another. Remember Ignaz Semmelweis, the guy died of depression fighting an obvious army of fools.

So, my 2 cents, I don’t know what your qualifications and studies are, I mean I got something reading your work here, but not in detail. But whatever they are, it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter what teachers and psychologists do today. Today is ephemeral, only tomorrow is perpetual. So work for tomorrow, because if there is something you really have is this: you FEEL first person what internalizing this knowledge is like.

You clicked with this idea of the brain as a prediction machine, and you were lucky enough to have your education and culture crack just enough to let this epiphany in. Write more about that. Let schools and doctors and the current paradigm be, for reality always beats principle. Develop the basic idea, have it sprout theories, questions, let it blossom into practice and routine, things that can be studied in the future, the near or far future.

End of unsolicited advice :)

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