A reader wrote me indicating that knowing the reason for a person’s action is important and can assist in such problems as homework.
I shared my response below.
Many psychologists and therapists believe that knowing the “why” for a behavior is important. However, Dr. William Glasser, an internationally renowned psychiatrist and the author of “Choice Theory,” advocates that knowing the reason for a behavior may be of interest but, in most cases, has little to do with actually changing behavior. Change requires forming new neural connections. This requires new thinking and new behavior—rather than revisiting old memories.
An example of a student’s being non-compliant about doing homework was related in the communication to me. The student was diabetic, and … >>>READ MORE >>> →