On the Nature of Arguments for Mental Illness

The literature of nouthetic counseling teaches that we are accountable for our thoughts and actions. Our actions often determine our experiences, but not always. A person may be held accountable by a counselor or physician for his behavior, but not for the feelings he experiences.

On the Nature of Arguments for Mental Illness
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