chapter  1
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Therapeutic Illusions

I really liked Susan. She was self-reflective, engaging, funny, and honest. Entering treatment at the behest of a relative who was concerned about a relationship in which she seemed stuck, Susan was quick to recognize that her relative was on to something. Although she half-believed that treatment was for self-indulgent brats, Susan threw herself into the work and, as in everything she did, she worked hard at it.