Worthless Psychotherapy and Borderline Personality Disorder

Although Sigmund "Frood-dude" Freud tried to make psychotherapy into a science, it has very little to do with real science. Indeed, there are many schools of psychology, so if someone is told to "see a therapist", it could be any of several forms — several of which drew from Freud.

Modern psychotherapy is actually dangerous, and labeling people with a condition can be quite harmful. There is a condition known as borderline personality disorder (BDP), but on the border of what is debated.

Darwin-based secular psychotherapy is flawed. In BPD and other conditions, people improve without expensive treatments. The real cure is through God.
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Psychologists really don't know what's going on in their fundamentally-flawed Darwinian-based pseudoscience. There's almost an even chance that someone will improve over time. I've been open about my own struggles with depression, and that I was seeing therapists and taking medication. That's long past. Don't get me wrong, there are times when therapy is necessary, but to spend huge amounts of money for months and years is wasteful.

I remember reading some years ago that the secular psychology industry was learning that people would get better (whether depression or something else) through time, talking with friends, pastors, and others who were not professional psychotherapists.

Getting back to the BPD issue, note the introductory paragraphs in an article from the Mayo clinic. I added the emphasis:
Borderline personality disorder is a mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life. It includes self-image issues, difficulty managing emotions and behavior, and a pattern of unstable relationships.

With borderline personality disorder, you have an intense fear of abandonment or instability, and you may have difficulty tolerating being alone. Yet inappropriate anger, impulsiveness and frequent mood swings may push others away, even though you want to have loving and lasting relationships.

Borderline personality disorder usually begins by early adulthood. The condition seems to be worse in young adulthood and may gradually get better with age.

If you have borderline personality disorder, don't get discouraged. Many people with this disorder get better over time with treatment and can learn to live satisfying lives.
As the article featured below demonstrates, time itself is probably more important than expensive, evolution-based, anti-God treatments. True therapy gets to the root of the problem, such as biblical counseling. We are sinners who need to repent, not the products of time, chance, mutations, natural selection, random processes who will inevitably become worm food. Secularists have such a compelling message of hope, don't you agree?

People are not the like subjects of study in many hard sciences (i.e., geology, chemistry, engineering, etc.) because we are complex, and materialists deny the spiritual aspect of our natures. Secularist actually oppose biblical morality — but their goal is supposedly to help people get better. Nope, can't bring the Creator in touch with his creation. It has to be materialism only, which is extremely unfortunate because it is obvious that mental illness is increasing all over. See "Psychology, Morality, and the Bible" and "Evolutionary Psychologists Deride Religion".
When a treatment gives a person a 50/50 chance of getting better, that should be a signal that the underlying hypothesis is wrong. One might as well flip a coin. It can also mean that any successes have nothing to do with the treatment. The patients who got better might have improved for some other reason. Even something as simple as the passage of time might account for that kind of score. Certainly for subjects as complex as human beings, the number of unknowns makes it nearly impossible to know what other variables are involved.

Psychotherapy has been around for a long time, ever since the science fraud Freud, a materialist and Darwinist, came up with his science of “psychoanalysis.” . . . Five researchers compared assessing the effectiveness of psychotherapy to “Searching in the dark” –

To read this important article, visit "Psychotherapy Is Useless". I reckon I've given you a lot of material, but you may be interested in one of my more unique articles, "Sigmund Freud, Stone Towers, and — Hard Rock?"