<< Do you not believe one can learn a great deal form the study of people
different programming or defective programming.>>
I think one can learn a great deal about those people, if that's what one is interested in.
<< For example the ability to
get along and survive in any situation.>>
Would that not fall under the category of desirable results that you would want to model?
<< Also if one knows the model and
programming that causes nonproductive behavior one can identify it in themselves do you not think? Before it becomes a problem.>>
There's surely some value in that. I often find that the things that most irritate me in others are mirrors of what I don't like about myself.
Richard Brodie email@example.com
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