What can go wrong with therapy - #1 It piggybacks on our need to "do more" and "be perfect"
I love therapy, as a client and as a therapist. It's also my bread and butter. And I have such a critical eye. Here's a big beef. Therapy may simply piggyback on our belief that we need to overachieve and be perfect in order to be in relationship. There's a reasonable chance that many of us going to therapy have learned somewhere along the way that relational survival means overachieving and "being better." We have learned to work hard, care-take, and be "on" when it comes to