That I didn't had more to do with my husband's stability
and his commitment to me and our marriage
than it did to anything I may have gotten
out of the psychoanalytic process.
Sept. 1, 1996
I was not alone. Had I been, I don't
know if I would be sitting here today
documenting the history
of my psychoanalysis.
My devotion to my mother and children, their closeness to me, was life-saving. I could not have withstood the anguish of termination without their need for me.
If I thought I could have suicided after termination, what does that say about an analysis for people less strong than I? Not a good methodology, I'd say. Even more so, a lousy analyst. The profession is not good at checking its