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Paul Gordon on finding our feelings in therapy

“I suspect we could all tell a story similar to that told by the playwright David Hare recalling his childhood in post-war Britain:  ‘In the other half of our semi-detached lived a solicitor and his wife. She had perfectly mastered … Continue reading

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