"Some of our best lessons ever learned are learned in one's childhood and endure with us for the rest of one's life. Unfortunately, the truly bad experiences which some children experience at the hands of others also stay with them and unless that bad experience is reprocessed in one's memory bank, it can and, often does lead to emotional disturbance.Take a leaf out of the character Ali Barba's book and exchange your bad old experience for a fresh new one to retain in your memory bank. Such isn't an act of self-delusion, but rather one of rationalisation, re-framing and self-survival.Please click here to learn more about the process of emotional disturbance and 'Anger Management' that I founded in 1972."http://www.fordefables.co.uk/about-me.html
William Forde: January 31st, 2012.