Articles by Anna Blundy
Some patients, I know, imagine indifference in a therapist just doing the job. The opposite is true"
Tuscany's Chinatown is shrugging off the slump, but integration remains a challenge
"Diagnosis is comforting, mainly for the diagnoser"
"When we have words to describe our emotional state, things immediately feel more manageable"
"I know this all sounds like minor stuff, but, given where we started, it’s huge."
"There is a vast difference between feeling persecuted by loss or trauma and incorporating it into your life as processed and bearable"
©Marilyn Cole, Wikimedia Commons Click here to read more from our November 2016 issue My patient had a dream that turned out, she thought, to be a real memory. “I know you love dreams,”...
Mental health is all about daring to depend on someone else
©Thomas Wilson Pratt Slatin, Wikimedia Commons There were two minutes left of the session and my patient went quiet and contemplative, her Jackie O look today, bobbing diamond earrings and...
"My friend is, I think very frightened of ideas that might undermine her belief system,"