Therapy Never Ends: Until It Ends

  It was my colleague’s graduation, the end of a roughly 8-year post-graduate journey training to be a Jungian psychoanalyst, a branch of psychology heavily weighted towards the writings of Carl Gustav Jung. A beautiful spread of cheeses, desserts, and floral arrangements graced the reception room. He would have loved it. The only problem was…

The Inorganic Nature of Love

“What is a relationship if not the evolution of learning about what somebody needs…The fact that we need to go through a process of working on some of our inferior muscles to be better caregivers, of course, it’s unnatural, that’s intimacy, that’s learning to love someone.” The Dignity of Suffering Podcast, Episode 6   So…