A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy - Part 3, Chapters 70-74 Summary & Analysis

Annie G. Rogers
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Part 3, Chapters 70-74 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 70 Annie wrote of examining photographs of herself with both her mother and father. In the picture with her father, her hand was on his arm. Annie was alert in this photo, with her eyes open. In the photo with her mother, however, Annie's face appeared tight and closed. As Annie looked at the photograph, she recognized her own feeling there. Annie also recognized a connection between this feeling and the items in the box at Blumenfeld's office. She does not want to talk or think about the things in the box. After being in the hospital to have a kidney stone removed, however, Annie found that she had to talk about the things in the box.

In Chapter 71 Annie moved to the couch in Blumenfeld's office. After a few false starts, Annie described to Blumenfeld...

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