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mb’s post on the word slave, and B.E.S.T. articles. — 3 Comments

  1. Dr Ellis claimed as part of REBT that the vast majority of us want to be happy whether we are alone or with others which includes getting along with others. we desire information and education.
    The theory is that our emotional and even physical reactions to an event are caused by what we think about it. Therefore, according to his theory, to change emotions and behavior you change thinking about an event. You change a belief.

    This concept is important in slave training. Changing thought changes behavior.

    In slave training a slave wants to be happy in her slavery and get along and please her master. Even with strong desires often some thinking has to be changed and REBT only helps understand the process of change.

  2. I studied this conditioning or reconditioning as “cult dynamics” when it is used by the dominant personality to dishonestly hide the bringing of others under their influence.

    To hear it talked about openly, and used openly with consent by all involved gives it a new light for me.

    I wanted to comment, because here again is that difference, that changes something that can be abusive into something that is positive: Consent.

    Respectfully,
    k

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