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 Post subject: OT ? for Dr. Phil
PostPosted: Tue Apr 11, 2006 5:56 am 
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Dr. Phillipp,

Do you have a final diagnosis for the multi-personality afflicted psycho kitten?

Did the little mind test result in any significant findings on the root cause of the psychotic behaviors observed?

Any other findings or observations??

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Yeah, I know it's getting worse from day to day. He is persistent in being the most OT forum member. That's why I call him Mr. OT.

I tried different approaches with him. Most of them lead to dancing. I think one works quite well: Just ignore his posts until he adds something to the thread or to the sport. It seems to me that quite a few members have adopted this approach.

From my experience postive feedback also improves behaviour. That's why I give him OTCs (On Topic Credits) every time he posts on topic. Unfortunately this happens quite rarely or not at all.

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