I havent been with a psychotherapist on a regular basis in a long time, but the ones I did see a couple of times recently, reminded me that what Hillman says is true. They are not willing to be invested with the process but seemed to be more interested in changing behavior. Their offices were perfect, not a thing out of place. Well serendipitously, I think I just found something. Having therapy be a place where we can learn to put everything in order, nothing out of place, so we can find normalcy is counter intuitive. Seeking normalcy is not what we are put here to do or be.
Learning to be comfortable with myself, not you, is what the goal of life is for me. Once I am comfortable with me, just to be able to look in the mirror and not be in despair and self loathing is the goal. It is not to say that I hate myself, it is just that all of the traumas I have carried my whole life have been brought home to roost.
This post is unusally short for me because I am deep into my schooling.
 C.G. Jung  See Laura Kerr’s latest article for more information on this issue. http://www.laurakkerr.com/2013/12/02/trauma-informed-care-versus-biomedical-model/ Laura is one of my favorite writers on “mental health,” issues.
123 RV. Forgiveness has to begin and end in the mirror.