one problem with resolving an issue from looking at the result is that it encourages “acting out”. by creating encounters the patient is rewarded with evidence to further his proof. in particular with cognative dyslexia can “see” the object and explain the “what” he sees, he cannot explain the “why” of what he does. by acting out he draws the issue to a conclusion where he can then reiterate through the results and form hypothesis.

since all his motive are reasonable and he is forthright in his approach, most will find his honesty as disarming and let him proceed. but his pattern of behaviour warrants further scrutiny and observation. especially the repeated events which could be easily interpreted as a cry for help.