Accupuncture is absolutely amazing. I have an aunt who had a brain tumor the size of a tangerine. They removed it, she got accupuncture, reiki, and a bunch of other therapies and seems fully functional now. walks, talks, cooks, cleans, knits, crochets, reads, writes, does basic math (that's all she ever did lol).
Usually I don't explain myself but I think you're comment is partially implied to me, and I think you're intelligent enough to understand my reasoning. I didn't explain my "what kind of person" question because it has to do with identity. First, either by design or by accident, if someone has integrated and identity belief and they don't know it then it can create alot of problems. Second, if they don't know they've integrated this into their identity it's not likely they will consciously think of it. I had to be vague to get a response. What was working against that is the fact that women are much better at language skills, like ambiguity and implication, than men. ANyhow, rather than answering the question directly she chose to discover the underlying implications. To do that one has to go back throughout personal history and evaluate what a "what kind of...." question implies. This leads to attachment to the answer. I think you must have done the same thing.
I'm not attached to the answer, I'm not attached to the question either, and the question has nothing to do with me attempting to be judgemental or cruel.
The simplest and easiest change is to go back along their path to the very first step that they took in the wrong direction and to turn their foot back on course. If a pilot going from LA to hawaii were to start of 1 degree off and never reset course, he could end up in Alaska or some other place. It's much easier to change 1 degree than 90 degrees and spend all that energy and time correcting course. IF there were an identity shift to wetting, finding it and nullifying it could result in an immediate and permanent change. So that's my attachment- find the simplest and most profound change possible. Perhaps I should update it to- find the simplest and most profound change possible w/ a nice bedside manner lol.