By Joseph D. Lichtenberg
One of several trouble-free expositions of psychoanalysis, "The conversing medication" is exclusive in concentrating on the particular analytic adventure. Lichtenberg's strategy is humanistic, demonstrating empathic figuring out of the fears and hopes of the individual looking aid. He offers a "feel" for what occurs through the analytic voyage of self-discovery.
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Mrs. Abrams described the route her questioning took in this way: “Oh, I knew I needed analysis—I’ve said it jokingly for years. I got furious when my husband said it, but, in my head, I really agreed. As far back as college I told my counselor I needed it, but I couldn’t do it then. I didn’t think my father would pay for it, and there wasn’t a psychoanalyst there anyway. Then, when I went to graduate school, I was just too busy. When I started work I told myself if I didn’t get married in a year I would do it.
Despite the diversity of these complaints, there is often a common thread in the motivation to seek analysis. Many prospective analysands, in their self-reflection, begin to realize that there is some pattern to their difficulties, some recurring situation that they get into and know they get into, but cannot seem to avoid. ” So far I’ve focused on problems that are quite noticeable to the person seeking analysis and to others. Many men and women, however, begin to question if analysis is for them when they have only a vague sense of dissatisfaction and boredom, a feeling of flatness about themselves and about life.
These life situation problems may take the form of difficulties with work or social or family life. One man was unable to get along with his boss and was repeatedly passed over for promotion despite his great ability. A woman complained of her sporadic achievements; she just couldn’t put her potential to use. Indeed, whenever she was on the verge of success, she seemed to sabotage herself. Other people bring up sources of marital distress, including specific sexual symptoms such as frigidity or impotence, and more general difficulties such as coldness or ineffectualness.
The Talking Cure: A Descriptive Guide to Psychoanalysis by Joseph D. Lichtenberg