Today during our weekly call, I learned something “new” from the staff.
David is evidently manipulating one of his staff.
While this isn’t really new to us, it is new to them.
So my question then becomes… if David is so manipulative that a significant portion of his staff notices what he is doing, how is this considered positive behavior? I mean, he isn’t studying to be a politician or CEO of a Fortune 100 company, or is he?
On one hand I am elated that his behaviors are starting to show, albeit in small doses, on the other hand, it means that his therapy isn’t working as well as staff would like to believe. It is my fervent hope that they see the behaviors for what they are before they release him.
- assault reported by David (whynotfathers.com)
- STUDY: High doses of antidepressants INCREASE suicidal behavior in young adults… (medicalxpress.com)
- HIgh Doses of Antidepressants May Boost Youth Suicide Risk (counselheal.com)
- Oh SAMHSA, Where Art Thou? (anarchistsoccermom.blogspot.com)