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Decoding Human Motivation

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Introduction - Almost all therapists, novice or experienced, have a sense of wonderment upon meeting initially with a new patient or client.

Forgive Them - The prime example of an "unknown unknown" is anger management.

Personal Responsibility Is Not a Cultural Imperative - Learned or acquired?

Avoid Loss to Avoid Pain - Risk Takers Need Not Apply - If only there was a formula to cast a light on perplexing human behavior.

Label English as Dangerous to Mental Health - Starting with a formula is useful in reducing theory-induced blindness.

Is Victimization Self-Imposed? Where do our self-imposed options come from? (Figure 1)

Head in the Sand in Linguistics and Education - The perfect illustration of an "unknown unknown" that never trickled down to the authors of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is provided.

Toxic Predicates Equal Toxic Dependence - The formula will provide the "unknown unknown" rules.

Persecution by Reality - Change the Reality - A new formula replaces the conventionalized option of psychic pain.

Human Failure or Teachable Moment - Many helping professionals are seduced by theory blindness. Illusion of Validity, Kahneman (2011) provides an explanation.

Additive Discoveries - Obfuscation in theories of counseling and therapy is common due to the missing links or a lack of a formula to follow.

Psychotherapy changes the brain circuits which transform thought. - The world of emotions is changed with the use of language.

Self-Pity as a Way of Life - When life problems occur, possibly only three solutions fit as "unknown unknown" choices.

A Sign of the Times - Like any human structure, peer pressure may facilitate a cycle of dependency.

FOUR ADDITIONAL SECTIONS ARE CONTAINED IN THE BOOK IN WHICH THE AUTHOR FURTHER FACILITATES MENTAL EXERCISE. MORE DECODING IN SECTIONS II THROUGH V FORMS FURTHER EXPLORATION INTO HUMAN MOTIVATION.
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About the Author
H. Mike Kanitz earned a doctorate at The Ohio State University and a Master's degree at the University of Toledo. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University. He gained insight into human motivation as a Marine, a father of five, a licensed professional counselor, a chemical addiction consultant with incarcerated youth, or engaged in a private practice, and twenty plus years as a clinical supervisor. Listed in Who's Who for Child Development, he provided global consulting in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Canada, and Portugal. As a past president of the Michigan Association for Specialists in Group Work, this Emeritus Professor continues to write only for the joy of challenging the thought process of the reader.


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