Healing a  Relationship

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Quote from ‘Crimes and Misdemeanours’ Script by Woody Allen. In the movie, one of the fictional characters, Professor Louis Levy, explains:

......  what we are aiming at when we are in love is a very strange paradox. The paradox consists of the fact that when we fall in love we are seeking to re-find some or all of the people to whom we were attached as children.

On the other hand we also ask our new beloved to correct all the wrongs that these earlier parents and siblings inflicted on us.

So that Love contains in it the contradiction that we attempt to return to the past and (at the same time) we are attempting to undo the past.

Woody Allen


In a relationship we may be desperately chasing after reminders of things we want to forget from our childhood. We may be almost as busy in the same relationship, avoiding the gifts we missed out on as children

Nikki Nemerouf

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