British Psychoanalyst Quotes
One of the many interesting and surprising experiences of the beginner in child analysis is to find in even very young children a capacity for insight which is often far greater than that of adults.
Feeling real is more than existing; it is finding a way to exist as oneself... and to have a self into which to retreat for relaxation.
I came to the conclusion then that "continual mindfulness"... must mean, not a sergeantmajor-like drilling of thoughts, but a continual readiness to accept whatever came.
It is too often forgotten that the gift of speech, so centrally employed, has been elaborated as much for the purpose of concealing thought by dissimulation and lying as for the purpose of elucidating and communicating thought.
Behind the mask of indifference is bottomless misery and behind apparent callousness, despair.
Closure is just as delusive-it is the false hope that we can deaden our living grief.
The only people who are truly happy are the people we do not know very well...
Susan Sutherland Isaacs
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