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Long, K. (2017). Hitting Home. Psychoanal. Dial., 27(3):374-376.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 27(3):374-376

Hitting Home

Kristin Long, L.C.A.T., L.P.

I didn’t see her until Monday, and the election was the Tuesday prior. Having worked together for 8 years, I knew she’d be devastated by the results, and I was aware that I was looking forward to sitting with her, knowing we’d be aligned in our grief. She walked into my office and started tenderly crying. Getting ready to sit down, she said, “The chair is too far away,” and shimmed it closer to mine. I smiled, recalling how our relationship has expanded over the years.

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