Nice! My dad had a running joke when I was getting a counseling degree that I should give all my advice based off of what my favorite soap opera characters were doing or had done in past storylines. But I like the "STOP IT" method, so short and to the point. I could have bypassed seven years of school if I'd just mastered that technique.
It reminds me of an episode of Beauty and the Geek (Tyler and I often refer to it). One of the Beauty guys is talking about how he is going to help out all the geeky girls and tell them to "Just Stop it. Stop being a Geek." He then gives examples of how he will point out to them the times they are being geeky so they will know. He said he felt that most girls didn't know they were geeks or being geeky because nobody ever told them. Same idea as above....he didnt save as many Geeks as he'd hoped, I think he was eliminated before he could shine his brilliance onto the population of chosen Geeks.
I'd deleted most of my post (above, although you can see what I wrote in Martins quote of me) because I was afraid people would think I was making fun of such serious disorders such as Rejectomancy and Duotropery. But I know all too well the seriousness and severity of the disease. I've had problems in the past. *sob* -- hope you all don't think differently of me now.