Confrontation as a Mode of Teaching


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Whatever else it may be, confrontation is predominantly a device for teaching. Explanation and gentle, caring concern as a method of confrontation, in good times and in bad, will lead to identification with a model that will allow the patient freedom of choice. This result is the proper goal of confrontation.

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