Tag Archives: countertransference

When your therapist rejects you.

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
I just read a post from a blogger who describes how her therapist suddenly terminated her without warning.  She writes, I spend pockets of time here and there throughout the days just wracking my…

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When your therapist rejects you.

I just read a post from a blogger who describes how her therapist suddenly terminated her without warning.  She writes, I spend pockets of time here and there throughout the days just wracking my brain trying to figure out what … Continue reading

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Healing Narcissism: “Stephen’s” story.

Disclaimer: I am not a licensed mental health professional and as such, have done no studies or surveys to find out if the healing regime I am going to propose here would actually work on people with NPD. I have … Continue reading

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Book Review: People of the Lie: The Hope for Healing Human Evil, by M. Scott Peck, MD

When “People of the Lie” was first published in 1983, the word “evil” wasn’t in the popular lexicon. We were still a nation experimenting with various alternative lifestyles and there was still a lot of philosophical holdover from the “do … Continue reading

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