We’re entering a new phase. I think of it as the fog of war phase. The pathogen doesn’t know what’s coming, and I suspect it’s going to be surprised by quite a few things over the next few months.
I’m completely okay with the pathogen not knowing what’s coming; the fog of war. And, I must admit, I sometimes enjoy taunting it. It’s here you know, monitoring what I say. It’s looking for a vulnerability, something I say, that it can use to attack and destroy me. See it there, in the shadows? The pathogen hides in shadows, ignorance, and darkness.
Things are changing, the pathogen cannot allow that to happen. My goodness, that should be an interesting situation. So many interesting situations are emerging, have you noticed? I wonder why.
I think it was 2013 when I first met Dorcy, about five years ago. In all that time, she and I have never actively collaborated. People may find that hard to believe, but it’s true. We worked on completely separate tracks on completely different solution approaches.
Dorcy Pruter: High Road, Higher Purpose Parenting, Custody Resolution Method, Coaching Support Network.
Dr. Childress: Foundations; Diagnosis, ABAB Single Case Design Assessment & Remedy, Treatment Focused Assessment Protocol, Contingent Visitation Schedule, Petition to the APA.
These are two entirely different tracks, each toward its own solution.
In five years of working together toward the same goal, each appreciative of the other’s work, Dorcy and I have never actively collaborated.
That’s changed, and I gotta tell you… personally, I’m impressed with the synergy of powerful solutions emerging from a Dorcy Pruter – Dr. Childress active collaboration.
I have so much to tell…, but not yet. Not til it’s achieved.
Dorcy and I haven’t collaborated before because this is all within the hands of the universe, and it wasn’t time yet. It’s time. Insider trading tip… look what Dr. Childress just did. He put all his chips in on Dorcy. Does he know something you don’t? Yes, I do.
And it’s something the pathogen doesn’t know… yet. That’s called the fog of war. So is finding out, that’s called the fog of war too. It’s going to be an interesting time for the pathogen and its allies.
Nothing surprising is going to happen right away, some stuff may start to… trickle out… into some circles of the pathogen over the next month, and then things will… well… we’ll see how it goes. As things emerge we’ll have information for everyone. But for right now, I think I’ll let the fog of war gather around the pathogen.
Something’s coming – something from a collaboration of Dr. Childress and Dorcy Pruter – and Dr. Childress is sooooo excited. It may not solve things right away, although it could, but it will definitely change the landscape. And it will surprise the dickens out of the pathogen’s allies. Yep, I don’t think they’ll see this one coming. Anvils just dropping out of the sky.
Dorcy and I are laying in some foundational work to our collaboration, that’ll take us about three months I’d estimate, so around April-ish things should become… interesting. By summer 2020… oh my god… but we’ve got to get there first. One thing at a time.
I’m at peace. Completely at peace. I want this solved today, so I’m never actually at peace… but I know what’s coming. Can’t rush it for several reasons, and I’m excited as all dickens, solutions are exploding from the collaboration. Really good solutions. Comprehensive solutions. Real solutions.
Dorcy Pruter is seriously brilliant. Every single time I was on my way to solving something, she’d pop in with the solution already in hand. Well, okay. I guess that’s taken care of. Next. This last one, CRM… I’m roll over play dead surrender, all my chips in on Dorcy.
Thanos. So last time I said we were at the scene where the spaceship was in space, arriving at Earth. Well now we’re at the scene where the spaceship appears above the city and everyone starts looking up going “What? Huh?” kinda wondering. That’s where we are right now, a Dr. C and Dorcy collaboration, what? huh?
You know the next scene don’t you? That’s when the buildings suddenly start exploding and cars start flying through the air, and everyone starts screaming and running around going “Ahhhhh, ahhhhh!” That scene. I’d estimate we’ll be there around April-ish is my guess… maybe June.
Change can be disorienting, and even though it’s a good thing change can be kind of scary at the same time… because it’s different. That’s just the way change is, and there is no getting around it. It’ll be a bit of a wild ride for a bit, at least it might seem so at the time. Actually, the universe has this well in hand. Each of us has our role.
When fear and anxiety rise, people can get chippy and return to patterns of fear. That’s okay. No worries. I’m solid as a rock. Dorcy’s solid as a rock. All the pieces of solution are ready and available, and Dr. Childress and Dorcy Pruter have just joined in active collaboration.
Things are moving forward. The first step is to get families out of the family court system and back into clinical psychology – and we want written treatment plans from clinical psychology.
We’re going to make that happen, and much more.
Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857