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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %HUG SEX AFFECTION DESIRE WANT GIFT ACCEPT CONTROL 890601 It is important to recognize and describe the integrative and disintegrative consequences of the behaviors which may be pointed to by calling attention to all the various combinations of: (wants, desires, duties, responsibilities, expectations) WITH REGARDS TO (gifts, reception, acceptance, exchange, sale, acquiring, getting, ownership, control) OF (affection, intimacy, hugs, sex). There are up to one hundred eighty meaningful combinations of these words. Not all combinations are necessarily meaningful and/or different. Yet it is dangerous to fail be aware of and describe the integrative and/or disintegrative character of those processes which may be pointed to by the meaningful combinations of the words. As is often the case it is more helpful to describe the disintegrative consequences of some forms of behavior than it is to try to prescribe what should be regarded as integrative behavior. Prescribing proper behavior often entails disintegrative consequences. It is often more difficult to describe integrative behavior without slipping into being prescriptive/coercive. Human processes are likely to be disintegrative if they entail (coercive, manipulative, violent or unilateral) kinds of (wants, desires, duties, responsibilities, or expectations.) Human processes are likely to be disintegrative if they entail (wants, desires, duties, responsibilities or expectations) of control over (gifts, receptions, acceptance, exchange, sale, acquisition, getting, ownership, or control) of various forms of personal (affection, intimacy, hugs, or sex). Confusion regarding important differences tends to be disintegrative, for when in a state of confusion it is impossible to make wise decisions or to learn from experiencing the consequences of mistakes previously made. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================