A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy - Part 2, Chapters 52-60 Summary & Analysis

Annie G. Rogers
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Part 2, Chapters 52-60 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 52, Annie returned to the house where she was staying after her appointment with Blumenfeld. She sat in the porch swing as it rained and she cried. While buying ingredients for a cake that night with her sister, Annie realized she had a freedom to play with words with her sister again. In Chapter 53, Annie asked Blumenfeld about the reason why he always locked the door to the therapy room. Blumenfeld later interpreted that Annie did not want the door locked because it locked out the possibility of Melanie entering the room.

Annie had brought her journals with her to this session. She handed them to Blumenfeld, then explored the office for the first time. After she finished her tour, she told Blumenfeld that if he were a woman, she would have been looking for a...

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