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Psychotherapy Casebook

Being Left

Dean Schuyler, MD

Published: April 1, 2002

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In my book A Practical Guide to Cognitive Therapy,I discuss falling in love. Part of this process involvesthe “forming of an icon,” in which all the idealized beliefsabout a loved one are represented. When a relationshipdissolves, grieving the actual loss is often not the hardestpart.


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