Part 5:
Other Considerations

The exploration of possible UFO abduction experiences is a time-consuming, often disturbing process, one that is not to be undertaken lightly. To be merely curious is not enough. One must enter into it with a sense of determination and commitment. If, after reading this, you feel that you must have answers to your unusual personal experiences, move forward slowly and carefully. Remember, this is your life and not the investigator's or therapist's. If you feel that the investigator or therapist is not giving you the support that you deserve, you should feel no obligation to continue with him or her. We are all in the process of learning about this extraordinary phenomenon and professional competency is not yet very widespread. Any information you can provide us about your experiences with researchers and therapists is greatly appreciated so that those who are competent can be recommended, and those who are not can be helped.


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