Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Under the care of a team of shrinks

The NY Times is pushing psychobabble about its embarrassing candidate for mayor:
As Anthony D. Weiner tries to repair the damage left by new revelations about his online behavior with women, one question nags at voters and those who once supported him: Why did he do it? ...

His pattern of behavior is intriguing to mental health professionals and experts on sexual behavior, who — while they emphasize they cannot offer an authoritative diagnosis without examining him — discussed a variety of possible explanations for such conduct.

Some suggested the indiscretions might be an addiction with neurological roots. Others theorized that Mr. Weiner, a Democratic candidate for mayor of New York, could be meeting sexual needs unsatisfied in a marriage. And still others said he might be driven by a combination of a mood disorder and feelings of inadequacy to seek reassurance about his masculinity from women he had never met. ...

Mr. Weiner has shared only limited details about his treatment. In an interview during the early stages of the campaign, he said that, after his resignation, he had sought help at a mental health clinic in Texas and hired a therapist. Last week he suggested that he still had a team of people caring for him.
That last item would be the biggest negatives for my vote. Anyone under the care of a team of shrinks is unfit for office.

People say that he is disrespect to women, but the dark truth is that women love a jerk like him. US News reports:
Anthony Weiner loves the ladies, and apparently they love him back.

Sugar daddy dating website found that 78 percent of female clients aged 18-26 approve of Weiner.

20130724__0728nokids~4Here is some anti-child advice:
Cheryl and Ellis Levinson believe they made a very grown-up decision not to have kids.

It was early on in their 28-year relationship when the San Jose couple conceived their emotional choice. While Cheryl, a psychotherapist, had never yearned to give birth, Ellis, who worked in entertainment and journalism and now has a consumer blog, had once dreamed of having his own offspring.

Yet, as they matured together, they began to observe the risks of bringing children into the world -- everything from dangers to the children themselves to the risks to a planet already burgeoning with overpopulation, suffering exhaustion of its natural resources and tainted by climate change and pollution. ...

The Levinsons recently published, "Enough of Us: Why We Should Think Twice Before Making Children" (iUniverse), a book that advocates for being "childfree" ...
I agree. There are too many people in the world, and psychotherapists should not be having kids. We need mentally stable and productive people.

The Thinking Housewife reports:
FOSTER parents in Massachusetts must undergo ten hours a year of “LGBT sensitivity training” and state workers are “weeding out” foster and adoptive parents who disapprove of homosexuality.
And weed out those who disapprove of transgenderism also, I guess.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hello Angry Dad:
Sorry you are so angry, especially about people seeking help for their emotional issues. In you post, you introduced us as providing "anti-child advice." Unfortunately, that is not the case at all. We suggest you visit our blog ( read our book. We are enthusiastically committed to preserving the welfare of children, especially future generations.
It's sad to us that you think that, of all people, it's mental health professionals who should refrain from procreating.

Cheryl and Ellis Levinson