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A funny thing

Claudia Luiz being interviewed on New Books in Psychoanalysis about her book The Making of a Psychoanalyst: Studies in Emotional Intelligence, Luis says something I really like.

I think one of the problems is each of us has these gigantic ah ha moments” that change our lives, that mean nothing to another person.

She says this at about time code 4:00.

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