A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy - Part 3, Chapters 75-79 Summary & Analysis

Annie G. Rogers
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Part 3, Chapters 75-79 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 75, Ben learned the hard lesson of waiting when he had to complete his schoolwork and to wait for Annie to be finished with another patient before their time together. Once their session started and Ben was outside, he told Annie there would be a house fire and he would put the fire out. His play was eerie considering Annie's dream of being with Ben at the fire station. Although Ben removed the pretend children from the burning house, he left his mommy there, claiming that she would get him. When Annie suggested that Ben's mommy was get him for wishing she'd burn in the fire, Ben was silent, scared. Annie comforted him, reminding him it was pretend and only a wish.

Annie explained in her book that when a child such as Ben, has been...

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