Thursday, March 01, 2007

Reverse Effect

The effects of reverse psychology in actually reversing the present psychological state of an individual are questionable. In unfortunate instances of its use, reverse psychology tends to exacerbate the irreversible mental damage already incurred to its victim. Alternatively, it tends to exaggerate the inept abilities of the one who administers it. Therefore, reverse psychology is a crime against literary propriety. Another platitude gets the axe!

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