Psychotherapists are professional empathizers, who put themselves in the shoes of others every day. Yet so many have difficulty placing themselves in the shoes of nearly 50% of the American population.
I'll make this quick, which is probably a good thing since what I'm about to say likely won't be very popular. I'm starting to believe that from what we've seen lately, the future of this country may be too important to be left to the people.
U.S. mayors resolve to avoid burning dirty tar sands oil, Bush signs $162B war spending bill for Iraq and Afghanistan, Afghanistan civilian death toll rises sharply, Scalia still blames Gore for the 2000 election debacle.