The first step in building a logical foundation for your practice of psychology is to decide what is

The first step in building a logical foundation for your practice of psychology is to decide what is

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The first step in building a logical foundation for your practice of psychology is to  decide what is at the heart of your system of wants, beliefs or values. An onus is the  most primitive or most basic demand a person feels obliged to meet, even if it is not  fun and even if it is not easy. Generally these are obligations so basic as to require  no justification. Is there any reason for you to do anything other than the easiest,  fastest, simplest most natural thing that any 15-year old already goes? Is there any  reason to know anything more than you already do or to behave any differently?  The following set includes some of the typical things that people consider  obligatory.  You would want to go to a maximally competent therapist who  understands what is really going on and how to fix it. You would want to  read a maximally revealing paper that helps you understand what 
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The first step in building a logical foundation for your practice of psychology is to decide what is

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