Thursday, January 10, 2013


"The author Karen Blixen said, “All sorrows can be borne if you put them into a story or tell a story about them.” But what if a person can’t tell a story about his sorrows? What if his story tells him?

Experience has taught me that our childhoods leave in us stories like this – stories we never found a way to voice, because no one around us helped us to find the words. When we cannot find a way of telling our story, our story tells us – we dream these stories, we develop symptoms, or we find ourselves acting in ways we don’t understand."

Stephen GroszConfessions of an analyst

1 comments:

nb said...

this is unbelievably amazing, you have no idea. Actually I take that back -- I'm sure you do, since you posted it!

 

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