Many thanks, BJ. Apologies if you thought it 'hurt your brain'. However, let me try to support my previous 'thoughts':
1) There's no guarantee that a therapist will read the mind of a patient where questions are concerned. In other words, a patient is obviously grateful if he or she hears his or her question spoken by the therapist (indicating that the therapist - without encouragement - did well to choose the right question);
2) Some people may choose to believe that meditation is not the same as relaxation - suggesting that meditation requires effort;

3) By 'staying busy', I refer to reading a book, watching TV - or something else that does not involve physical activity.

Hope this helps.

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